The accident and the aftermath

Few names in the realm of elite sport evoke the same reverence and awe as Michael Schumacher. But the 2021 Netflix documentary ‘Schumacher’ saw Corinna open up more than ever before. December 29, 2013: Michael Schumacher suffers a traumatic brain injury in a skiing accident in the French Alps. Early 2014: Schumacher is placed in a medically induced coma to aid his recovery. June 2014: Reports suggest that Schumacher is moved to a rehabilitation facility in Switzerland. September 2014: Sabine Kehm, Schumacher’s manager, announces that he is no longer in a coma and has left the hospital to continue his recovery at home in Switzerland. September 2016: Former Ferrari boss, Jean Todt, visits Schumacher and reports that the racing legend is ‘still fighting’. September 2019: Jean Todt provides another update, mentioning that Schumacher is making progress but acknowledges the severity of the brain injury. September 2021: In a Netflix documentary, several members of Schumacher’s family, including wife Corinna and son Mick as well as other individuals like Todt, share insights into Michael’s condition.

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