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Michael Schumacher health update: Where is Michael Schumacher now? Can he walk? Michael Schumacher remains one of the most beloved sportspeople in the world, even after handing over his well-earned victory lead following years of inactivity. He retired from racing in 2013 following a devasting brain injury, and Lewis Hamilton has since overtaken him. Relatives of the seven-time world champion rarely share his progress, leaving doctors to lift the lid on his situation, and while they insist the sportsman will battle on, their prognoses are less than optimistic in some cases. Michael Schumacher should have celebrated his 52nd birthday on January 3, 2021, but instead is holed up at home after suffering a debilitating accident. In December 2013, while on a skiing trip with his family, Schumacher suffered a severe brain injury when descending the Combe de Saulire near Méribel in the French Alps with his son Mick. While crossing an off-piste area between Piste Chamois and Piste Mauduit, he fell and hit his head on a rock. Despite wearing a skiing helmet, he suffered catastrophic injuries. Schumacher was rushed to hospital and kept in a coma following the dramatic accident while doctors worked to save the racing champion. They slowly pulled him out of unconsciousness, which they completed one year later in 2014. Afterwards, his family moved him home to Gland, Switzerland, where he continues his rehabilitation.
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