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Bode Miller targets return to racing next season

Despite frustrating season, Bode Miller has 'more to do' in skiing and plans keep racing

France's Alexis Pinturault, center, the winner, celebrates with teammate and runnerup Thomas Mermillod Blondin, left, and third placed Bode Miller, of...
Bode Miller, of the United States, stands in the finish area after taking third place in the men's alpine skiing Super-G at the World Cup finals in Le...
Bode Miler, of the United States, speeds down the course on his way to take third place in a men's alpine skiing Super-G at the World Cup finals in Le...

Switzerland Alpine Skiing World Cup

France's Alexis Pinturault, center, the winner, celebrates with teammate and runnerup Thomas Mermillod Blondin, left, and third placed Bode Miller, of...

Switzerland Alpine Skiing World Cup

Bode Miller, of the United States, stands in the finish area after taking third place in the men's alpine skiing Super-G at the World Cup finals in Le...

Switzerland Alpine Skiing World Cup

Bode Miler, of the United States, speeds down the course on his way to take third place in a men's alpine skiing Super-G at the World Cup finals in Le...

LENZERHEIDE, Switzerland (AP) -- Bode Miller wants to continue racing next season at the age of 37, even if this campaign proved somewhat disappointing.

Miller tells reporters "I am frustrated and worn out right now but I think I have more to do in the sport."

After finishing third in the last World Cup super-G of the season Thursday, Miller said: "I definitely am still competitive."

If he stays healthy, "then I think the plan is to race next year."

Miller became the oldest-ever Olympic Alpine medalist last month, taking bronze in super-G at Sochi.

Thursday's podium finish, his fourth of the World Cup program, typified his season. Miller clocked the fastest speed but let the victory slip away.

He described "a frustrating time of so many near-misses and so many really bad, stupid mistakes."