The Battle to be World's Most Traveled Man
In the bizarre world of competitive travel, it's not where you've been, but how you check it off your list.
Drug cartels battling for control of the U.S.–Mexico border have made Tijuana their battlefield, and the violence is now going international as ruthless gangs snatch American citizens from their homes in San Diego, Dallas, even Atlanta. It's a war without borders, and – perhaps – without end.
After this 2009 profile, Bode Miller went on to become the most successful U.S. athlete at the 2010 Winter Games, winning two bronzes, a silver, and a gold medal. Two years later, he placed first in his 33rd World Cup, and then skipped the entire 2013 season after undergoing knee surgery. He will be competing this year in Sochi, his last Winter Games.
A Tough Guy Comes to Terms With His Troubled Past
Plus: How the Drug Cartels Took Over Mexico
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