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Six of Miller's children joined him for the momentous occasion
Bode Miller had some special guests onstage with him for a momentous occasion.
The pro ski racer was joined by most of his children when he was inducted into the U.S. Ski & Snowboarding Hall of Fame on Saturday — and marked the occasion by posting images to his Instagram.
Bode and Morgan are parents to Scarlett Olivia, Asher, Aksel, Easton and Nash. They also share daughter Emmy, who died in an accidental drowning at 19 months old in June 2018. Bode is also dad to Nate and daughter Dace, 14, from previous relationships.
The Olympic and World Cup gold medalist penned a lengthy caption expressing what the milestone meant to him, writing, "Having a difficult time expressing my feelings about being inducted into the US Ski & Snowboard Hall of Fame last night. But I keep coming back to honor and gratitude."
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"Honor to be included among some of the greatest names in the sport. People I have looked up to my entire life. Honored to be recognized by an organization that I hold in the highest regard," Bode continued.
"But at the same time so deeply grateful for all the people that helped bring me to this point," he added. "My career would not be possible without my parents, my grandparents, siblings, and of course my beautiful wife @morganebeck."
"Beyond my family I am grateful for the army of people from my community growing up who took my dreams seriously and supported me long before accolades," Bode shared.
"To coaches, sponsors, teammates, mentors and friends who supported me in my good moments and my bad, I am so grateful, and I wouldn't be where I am today without you," he concluded his caption.
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