Mack Miller was national champion cross country skiing of 1955 and represented the United States in the Winter Olympics of 1956 and 1960. In between, in 1958 he was the highest-ranked American cross-country skier in the Nordic Championship. Along with Sven Johansson from Anchorage, Mack Miller was the most prominent American cross country skier of his era. (Sven Johansson, however, could represent the United States only in the 1960 Olympics because of his naturalization process.)
Mack Miller was born in Salt Lake City, Utah. He is the son of the late children's fiction author Helen Markley Miller. Mack and his sport formed the inspiration for Mrs. Miller's sixth novel, Ski fast, ski long.
- 1956 Competes in Olympic Men's 4x10 km Cross-country Ski Relay, ranked 12th with personal time in the 2nd leg of 0:37:22 and total team time of 2:32:04. Relay teammates were Ted Farwell, Larry Damon and Marvin Crawford.
- "Finland Still Tops Nordic Ski Meet". The Spokesman-Review. 1958-03-08. p. 3. Retrieved 2009-12-20.
- Official Olympic Reports (1956): 615 http://www.la84foundation.org/6oic/OfficialReports/1956/orw1956.pdf. Retrieved 21 July 2012. Missing or empty