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What does the future hold for one of the most fascinating and famous sports figures of our time?
Well, his name is Jochen Rindt, and he is the undisputed King of the mountain.
In the fall and winter of 2009, after retiring from professional skiing after more than 40 years in front of the camera, Rindt stepped out of his house and into the world of filmmaking—where, he would begin an unlikely relationship with the director of the critically loved documentary, “The Emperor’s New Groove.”
“My name is Jochen Rindt. I’m German, I’m 35. Let’s just call me Jochen,” he said. “That’s what I’m going to call myself.” So he was and is named.
While you are there, check out this awesome video of Rindt getting down skiing to J. Mascis’ “Darling Nikki.”
It’s a great little clip of Jochen and Mascis chatting before he made a spectacular run down a snow-filled mountain, and some of his most memorable ski stunts.
I had the great pleasure of having the chance to sit down with Jochen just before he flew to Los Angeles for the release of “The Emperor’s New Groove.” I had the pleasure of asking what it was like to be Jochen Rindt, to sit alongside one of the most
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