A video tribute to Chelone “Chilly” Miller – RIP

The Ski Channel:

On April 7th, 2013, the ski and snowboard world lost a beloved member of its community. Professional snowboarder, Chelone “Chilly” Miller passed away in his sleep after an epileptic seizure. Born in New Hampshire, the 29-year-old was a progressive freestyle snowboarder, loved by fans and friends alike.

The Mammoth Mountain team rider was the younger brother of Olympic gold medalist, Bode Miller. As a part of The Ski Channel family, Chelone and Bode starred in our film, The Story – a film celebrating those who devote their lives to the mountains.

Catch a glimpse of the vibrant life of Chelone Miller and the reason he was loved by all who had the privilege to know him.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Miller family and friends.

Shred in peace, Chelone.

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