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Mikaela Shiffrin covered her mouth with her glove in disbelief after crossing the finish line. Dan Castellaneta, the voice of Homer Simpson on “The Simpsons,” bought a retreat in Santa Barbara this summer for $3.05 million, public records show.

Finally believing, she tossed her right ski pole high into the air. Drew Doughty, the decorated defenseman for the Los Angeles Kings, has quietly made a move in the South Bay, buying a compound in Hermosa Beach for $6 million in a deal completed outside the Multiple Listing Service. Winter Olympics star and champion skier Bode Miller has sold his home in the Orange County community of Coto de Caza for $4.2 million. As you head into the stadium, rejoicing over your good fortune, you're told there has been a change. The remodeled single-story unit features ocean views, a wood-burning fireplace and new oak...

Usually so stoic, the American standout let her emotions loose. The week’s celebrity housing roundup brings to mind the Rolling Stones classic “You Can’t Always Get What You Want.” The Stones, of course, weren’t writing about real estate transactions. The more than 10-acre estate came up for sale last year for $4.999 million and was more recently listed at $4.65... You'll be sitting in a suite with the Manning family. Published in Los Angeles Times on April 07, 2016 — Print headline: "Loftier hospitality at Augusta National - Shrouded in secrecy, the Berckmans Place venue goes above and beyond in serving `friends of the club,' among others."Things could get a little more interesting for NBC's ski broadcasts, with Bode Miller set to make his debut as an on-air analyst. Olympic champion skier Bode Miller has listed his house in Coto de Caza for sale at $4.999 million.

In a recent press release, Bode Miller is speaking out for the first time since suing HEAD Skis over his ability to compete in this year’s World Cup events on a brand other than the Austrian-based ski manufacturer.

Its unique flex feel and three-piece shell design—consisting of a lower, a cuff, and flex-managing shell-tongue—made it a good fit for speed guys, who liked a soft-flexing boot that allowed the ski to glide and find its own path. Then in October he hired his former World Cup serviceman, the highly regarded Chris Krause, away from Head.