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Michael Schumacher’s fans were determined not to let his 45th birthday pass by unmarked, and left scores of tributes.

Michael Schumacher latest: Fans hold silent vigil outside F1 champion’s hospital for his 45th birthday

As the former Formula 1 champion fights for his life in a medically induced coma, well-wishers staged a vigil outside his Grenoble hospital

Fans of Michael Schumacher and Ferrari lay down flags to support the former F1 world champion in a show of support as he continues to fight for his life

Michael Schumacher: Ferrari organise 'silent march' for fans and well-wishers to observe former world champion's birthday

Schumacher turns 45 on Friday as he continues to fight for his life, and his former team with who he won five consecutive drivers' world championships have organised the show of support in Grenoble

Lewis Hamilton criticised after posting skiing holiday pictures in the wake of Schumacher's accident

Angry fans accused the F1 Champion of being "arrogant" and "insensitive"

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Michael Schumacher before his retirement from Formula One

Michael Schumacher's condition 'stable' overnight after skiing accident injury, says manager

Earlier Sabine Kehm told reporters the former racing driver fell because of 'extreme bad luck', not speed

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Michael Schumacher skiing accident down to ‘extreme bad luck’ rather than speed, his manager says

Sabine Kehm told reporters this morning the former racing driver had remained ‘stable’ overnight with no changes to his condition

'Journalist dressed as priest tried to sneak into Michael Schumacher's operating theatre,' the former F1 champion's manager confirms

Michael Schumacher: 'Journalist dressed as priest tried to sneak into former F1 champion's hospital room', his manager confirms

Sabine Kehm has revealed that a reporter tried to gain access to the room where Schumacher is fighting for his life after skiing accident

MICHAEL Schumacher’s skiing helmet was split in two in the accident which left him with life-threatening head injuries on Sunday, it emerged today

Michael Schumacher’s helmet 'split in two' in skiing accident that left him in a coma

'He could die. He could have serious lasting effects such as paralysis or loss of understanding or he could recover completely,' Professor Denis Safran said ahead of today’s critical update

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Michael Schumacher speeds down a course in the Madonna di Campiglio ski resort, in the Italian Alps in January 2006

Michael Schumacher injury: The risks of skiing must be viewed rationally, and reduced - but they cannot be avoided

Often those who do get injured use all available safety precautions

Michael Schumacher: Former Formula One world champion 'in coma' after suffering head injury in skiing accident

The seven-time world champion was on holiday at the Meribel resort in the French Alps

Michael Schumacher ski accident: Sebastian Vettel leads F1 drivers support to 'daredevil' colleague

F1 drivers from around the world have wished Michael Schumacher a full recovery as he lies in a coma after a skiing accident in France.

Jessica Ennis-Hill, with the 2013 World Sportswoman of the Year award, presents a role model to encourage more girls to think sport is for them

Ashling O'Connor: At the World Cup, Winter Olympics and Wimbledon we can all make 2014 a more enjoyable sporting year

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Special delivery: The resort of Saas Fee is expecting a metre of snow

Snow report: Switzerland's dreaming of a white Christmas

The forecast shows it could be a very white Christmas in many European resorts, especially those in Switzerland and France. Almost a metre of snow is predicted to fall at Saas Fee on Christmas Day and Boxing Day.

Today women are spoilt for choice in terms of sporting role models like cyclist Laura Trott

Ashling O'Connor: How long before a woman is deemed capable of managing a top men’s side?

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