|Men's alpine skiing|
|2005 Bormio||Team Event|
Born in Bleiburg, Carinthia, Austria, Schönfelder made his debut in the 1995–1996 season, finishing 115th in the overall rankings. He quickly began to excel in the slalom events, and improved his position in the overall World Cup standing to 10th place by the 2003–2004 season.
Apart from his slalom success in the 2003–2004 World Cup, his other achievements include 2 bronze medals (combined and slalom) at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Torino, Italy and a 4th place in the combined event at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City.
On 27 March 2004, Schönfelder tested positive for the stimulant Etilephrine at the Austrian slalom championships. However, he was not banned and continued competing in 2004–05, since it was found that he had taken the substance inadvertently while undergoing treatment of influenza.
Before the race in Chamonix Schönfelder slipped in the bathroom and got a contusion on his testicles.
World Cup resultsEdit
|6 February 2000||Todtnau||Slalom|
|20 January 2002||Kitzbühel||Slalom|
|24 November 2002||Park City||Slalom|
|8 March 2003||Shigakogen||Slalom|
|8 February 2004||Adelboden||Slalom|
|1997||19||Did not score a point|
|1998||20||Did not score a point|
|2011||33||Did not score a point|
|2013||35||Did not score a point|
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