Andy Mill
American alpine skier
Andy Mill
Andy Ray Mill is a former alpine ski racer on the U.S. Ski Team. He was two-time Olympian, competing primarily in the downhill and combined events on the World Cup circuit.
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Tennis Star Chris Evert Says Menopause Contributed To Her Divorce
Huffington Post - 7 months
In a recent interview, tennis icon Chris Evert opened up about her past marriages, specifically how menopause influenced her divorce in 2006. As a guest on “The Forward Podcast with Lance Armstrong,” Evert discussed divorcing her ex-husband, Olympic athlete Andy Mill, in 2006. The tennis star mentioned that her experience with menopause, a topic often seen as taboo, was partly to blame.  “We had a rough couple years because I married Greg Norman who was Andy’s friend and that was ― I don’t know,” she said. “I was going through menopausal stuff that doesn’t get talked about enough, what women go through at 50ish.” Evert, 61, has three sons with Mill and explained to Armstrong how having kids changed her life, perhaps even more so than tennis. “I went from being number one in the world and having those highs to meeting a great guy, Andy Mill, and having three children,” she said. “And that was ... I don’t know if tennis brought joy as much as having kids brought joy to my l ...
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Osiris CEO: Our Stem Cell Drug With Zero Sales Is Widely Used
The Street - almost 4 years
COLUMBIA, Md. (TheStreet) -- Osiris Therapeutics CEO Randy Mills, speaking to investors on his company's first-quarter conference call Tuesday morning about Prochymal, a stem cell therapy for graft-versus-host disease: We have made Prochymal by far -- by far -- the most widely used stem cell drug in the world. So, we regularly and constantly treat patients now on four different continents and are literally treating a patient with Prochymal anywhere around the world at any given time of the day. Prochymal is the most widely used stem cell drug in the world? Really? ... Click to view a price quote on OSIR. Click to research the Drugs industry.
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Chris Evert Slams Jimmy Connors For Suggesting She Aborted Their Love Child
Radar Online - almost 4 years
Former tennis champ Chris Evert has lashed out at her ex-fiance Jimmy Connors after he hinted that she had an abortion against his wishes. In his memoirs, The Outsider, the sporting legend strongly suggests their relationship ended because she went through with a pregnancy termination shortly before they were due to tie the knot. But Evert is now speaking out and voicing her anger at Connor for revealing personal details about their romance. PHOTOS: Celebrity Power Couples “In his book, Jimmy Connors has written about a time in our relationship that was very personal and emotionally painful,” she said in a statement obtained by RadarOnline.com. “I am extremely disappointed that he used the book to misrepresent a private matter that took place 40 years ago and made it public without my knowledge. “I hope that everyone can understand that I have no further comment.” PHOTOS: Costliest Celebrity Break-Ups The pair were tennis’ golden couple in the 1970′s but ended their eng ...
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Fox Hills Banquet Center Wins Readers' Choice for Easter Brunch
Canton Patch - almost 5 years
The votes are in and readers have spoken: Fox Hills Banquet Center is your favorite spot in Plymouth and Canton for Easter brunch, winning our Readers' Choice contest. Based on our scoring system (see PDF), Fox Hills earned 10 points by winning our poll with 54 percent of the vote, while Station 885 came in second place with 8 points with 15 percent. Fox Hills Banquet Center's reservation-only Easter brunch at the Golden Fox, which runs from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday, is so popular in the area it has sold out. Julia Grelak, director of sales and marketing at Fox Hills Golf and Banquet Center, said Fox Hills' Easter bunch has been an annual staple for many in the area, and its weekly brunches also are a hit with local diners. "It is widely popular," she said. "We actually won awards with Michigan Living Magazine and AAA Magazine and won a bunch of awards over the years." The banquet center earned yet another award today as a Patch Readers' Choice winner. "I just spoke with ...
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Gala opening set for Bass Pro Shops - Canton Daily Ledger
Google News - over 5 years
Other celebrity guests include Tim Wells, host of “Relentless Pursuit” bowhunting TV show with Clint and Sydnie; and Andy Mill, Olympic skier and celebrated fisherman sponsored by Maui Jim. Customers may also meet local celebrity Mel Johnson and see
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Beau p'tit couple - Canoë
Google News - over 5 years
Puis, à son compatriote skieur Andy Mill, qu'elle a payé sept millions pour en divorcer. C'est qu'elle était follement amoureuse de l'ex-numéro un mondial du golf, Greg Norman. Elle a vite récupéré son argent puisque Norman lui a laissé $148 millions
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HOME > NEWS / SHOWBIZ > SHOWBIZ > I broke a lot of hearts admits Chris Evert ... - Express.co.uk
Google News - over 5 years
In a candid interview, she admits she should never have left ex-husband Andy Mill for Norman – and urges others to work hard at their marriages before walking away. Evert, 56, stunned the sporting world in 2006 when she left downhill skiing star Andy
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Chris Evert opens up about 'doomed' marriage to Greg Norman - Monsters and Critics.com
Google News - over 5 years
The 56-year-old tennis legend stunned the sporting world in 2006, when she left her husband of 18 years, Olympic ski champion Andy Mill, for Norman, who was also married at the time. But Evert admits that she should never have left the former US Ski
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Top 10 sporting power couples - Yahoo! Eurosport UK (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
... she was engaged to fellow tennis star Jimmy Connors in the 1970s, married to British player John Lloyd for eight years, then married Olympic skier Andy Mill (with whom she has three children) in 1988 - only to see that end in a 2006 divorce
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SPORTS OF THE TIMES; The Best of Rivals And Best of Friends, Then and Always
NYTimes - over 6 years
''That's a woman thing,'' Chris Evert was saying the other night. Evert was talking about the bond between her and Martina Navratilova, which grew only stronger as they played each other an incredible 80 times. Eighty times. Between the two best players of their age. This sense of awe goes way beyond nostalgia into a sense of wonder over glory days
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THE GLOBAL SPORTS FORUM; The Masters: The Old Guard
NYTimes - almost 8 years
The Global Sports Forum with Christopher Clarey is a periodic discussion featuring international journalists exploring the issues and events in sports around the world. This is the third part of a discussion previewing the Masters golf tournament April 9 to 12 in Augusta, Ga. CHRISTOPHER CLAREY: We've looked at Tiger. We've looked at the newcomers
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Sports of The Times
NYTimes - over 10 years
IT is a public place, despite all the corporate logos arranged around the stadium and the shrimp-eaters munching away in the luxury boxes. Quite appropriately, the National Tennis Center was renamed last night for a woman of the people named Billie Jean King, who has never forgotten her roots as a kid following a coach named Clyde Walker from one
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Women in White
NYTimes - over 11 years
THE RIVALS Chris Evert vs. Martina Navratilova: Their Epic Duels and Extraordinary Friendship. By Johnette Howard. Illustrated. 296 pp. Broadway Books. $24.95. TENNIS, more than any other sport, rises and falls as it supplies rivalries. The Platonic perfection of a win by Roger Federer, where the opponent seems merely an occasion for displaying
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PLUS: TENNIS; Mauresmo Advances in Paris
NYTimes - about 14 years
Amélie Mauresmo made a strong comeback before a home crowd, beating Japan's Ai Sugiyama, 7-5, 6-2, yesterday to reach the quarterfinals of the $585,000 Gaz de France. Mauresmo, seeded third, was sidelined for three and a half months because of her ailing right knee. After her victory, she clutched her head, looked up, then sat and wept. Mauresmo's
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TENNIS: Legendary Rivals And Close Friends; Evert and Navratilova Reunite on Court
NYTimes - almost 19 years
First they competed for the bread basket, a skirmish that sent the nervous headwaiter at Lespinasse scurrying for hers-and-hers portions. Then, while keeping tabs on each other's generous use of butter, Chris Evert and Martina Navratilova explained where former champions and rivals go when early retirement becomes too much to bear: back to battle.
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Sports of The Times;Washington Leaves His Own Shadow Across Center Court
NYTimes - over 20 years
ARTHUR ASHE casts a monumental shadow in more ways than one. On Wednesday, a statue of him holding books and a tennis racquet will be officially dedicated in his hometown of Richmond -- on historic Monument Avenue. Never mind that the nearby statue of Robert E. Lee is 60 feet tall and the statue of Arthur Ashe is 12 feet tall. It took a great deal
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Sports of the Times;Postcards Alive With the Sound of Jerry's Music
NYTimes - about 21 years
In the darkness of early winter, the past year looms dreaily: A weasel named Medell began taking the Browns out of Cleveland. Mickey Mantle died. Duke Snider pleaded guilty to tax evasion from autograph shows, giving the distinct impression that many old heroes take the money and run. George Steinbrenner basically dismantled an enjoyable Yankee
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CHRONICLE
NYTimes - about 21 years
CHRIS EVERT, the former tennis champion, and her husband, ANDY MILL, a former Olympic skier, announced yesterday that they are expecting their third child in June, Reuters reported. The couple, who have two sons, 4 and 1 1/2, issued a statement from Boca Raton, Fla. Ms. Evert, who is 40, won at least one Grand Slam title each year for 13 years.
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Sports of The Times; Evert Is Reunited With Her Doubles Partner in Chief
NYTimes - over 21 years
AFTER all these years, there is yet another view of Chris Evert, competitor. This one comes from George Herbert Walker Bush, a retired public servant who used to invite Evert to play doubles with him. Rank, he was soon to learn, had few privileges. " 'Bend your knees, cover behind me, get up to the net,' " he mimicked her orders. "As President,
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Andy Mill
    FIFTIES
  • 2009
    Age 55
    He became engaged to Debra Harvick of Aspen in 2009 and proposed marriage after their third date.
    More Details Hide Details Mill and Harvick married shortly before Evert and Norman separated after only 15 months of marriage. Harvick, who Mill also describes as his best friend, enjoy such hobbies together as biking along coastlines, skiing, fishing, and bow hunting. http://married.answers.com/famous-couples/andy-mill-downhill-through-divorce
  • THIRTIES
  • 1988
    Age 34
    He was divorced from his first wife, Robin, a former Miss California. On July 30, 1988 in Boca Raton, Florida, Andy Mill married tennis star Chris Evert, whom he had met 19 months earlier at a New Year's Eve party at the Hotel Jerome in Aspen. After 18 years of marriage and three sons, they were divorced in December 2006 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, citing irreconcilable differences.
    More Details Hide Details Evert had left Mill for golfer and former friend of the couple, Greg Norman. Mill received $7 million in cash & securities from Evert, the $4 million house in Aspen, and several vehicles. After their divorce, Mill wished Evert and Greg Norman 'happiness'.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1981
    Age 27
    His racing career ended in January 1981 after a serious crash in a training run on the Lauberhorn in Wengen, Switzerland.
    More Details Hide Details In 1988, Mill was presented with the U.S. Olympic Spirit Award in recognition for overcoming adversity in the 1976 Olympic Games, where he placed sixth in the downhill, even though injured. His lower right leg was so badly bruised from a training injury that he could not stand without pain the day before the race. In order to compete, he froze his leg in the snow minutes before entering the starting gate.
  • 1980
    Age 26
    From 1948 through 1980, the Winter Olympics were also the World Championships for alpine skiing.
    More Details Hide Details Since his retirement from ski racing in 1981, Mill has worked as a ski racing commentator with ESPN, NBC, ABC, and CBS. He has a syndicated show in major ski areas in the U.S. entitled Ski with Andy Mill, which he hosts, writes and produces. Mill has served on the boards of the Aspen Educational Foundation, the U.S. Olympic Educational Ski Foundation for the U.S. Ski Team, Aspen Winterclub Foundation, and National Atlantic Salmon Fishing Federation. After his ski racing career concluded, Andy Mill found another passion - tarpon fishing. A lifelong fisherman, he brought a similar level of dedication and perfection to fishing. Although he admittedly struggled for quite a few years, he eventually mastered the art of tarpon fishing and went on to become only the second angler to win 5 Gold Cup Tarpon tournaments and be a triple crown winner in tarpon fishing (Gold Cup, Hawley, and Golden Fly). Mill has also hosted an outdoor show on OLN as well as fished for a number of fish including marlin, sailfish, bonefish, and permit, among others.
  • 1978
    Age 24
    Two years later, he competed at the 1978 World Championships in Garmisch, West Germany, and the 1980 Olympics in Lake Placid, where he was 16th in the downhill.
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  • 1976
    Age 22
    Following the Olympics, Mill won the downhill at the 1976 U.S. Alpine Championships.
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    Mill's finest hour was at the 1976 Winter Olympics in Innsbruck, Austria, where he placed sixth in the downhill at Patscherkofel, which was won dramatically by Franz Klammer of Austria.
    More Details Hide Details Mill's finish was the best by an American in the men's downhill in 24 years, since Bill Beck's fifth place in 1952. Mill had placed fifth in the previous year's World Cup event on the same run, his best World Cup finish.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1971
    Age 17
    Mill was an accomplished junior racer and made the U.S. Ski Team in 1971, and in 1974, Mill competed at the World Championships in St. Moritz, Switzerland.
    More Details Hide Details For the next seven years, when not injured, he was America's top downhill racer. In the mid-1970s, Mill was nicknamed "Wilde Hund" (wild dog) by Europeans for his gritty style and appearance (long hair & beard).
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1953
    Born
    Born on February 11, 1953.
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