36 year old Bode Miller won bronze in the super-G and became the oldest Alpine medalist in Olympic history. That could be news enough, but this story has become even bigger because of the post-performance interview. 

Twitter and the rest of the inter-web didn't like the way the interviewer pushed Miller on the topic of his brother who passed last year. The video can be seen HERE, and let us know what you think. 

Cooper: Bode, you're showing so much emotion down here, what's going through your mind?

Miller: Um, I mean, a lot. Obviously just a long struggle coming in here. It's just a tough year.

Cooper: I know you wanted to be here with Chelly, really experiencing these games. How much does this mean to you to come up with this great performance for him? And was it for him?

Miller: I don't know if it's really for him but I wanted to come here and, I dunno, make myself proud, but ... (trails off)

Cooper: When you're looking up in the sky at the start, we see you there and it looks like you're talking to somebody. What's going on there?

Miller: (breaks down and cries, Cooper puts an arm on him)