Full name: Hans SchÃ¶nrath
Born: November 8, 1902 in Gronau, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
Died: February 10, 1945 in Ustka, Pomorskie, Poland
Affiliations: Boxclub 1920, Krefeld (GER)
German boxer Hans SchÃ¶nrath came in second at the 1927 European Championships as a heavyweight. At the 1928 Amsterdam Olympics he lost his quarter-final against the silver medalist [Nils Ramm] of Sweden. In 1925 and 1928 SchÃ¶nrath was German amateur champion, and also as a professional in 1930-31. He drowned when the hospital ship DS General von Steuben was sunk during World War II on 10 February 1945. By profession SchÃ¶nrath was a smelter. His brother Jakob was also a known professional in the 1930s and 1940s.
|1928 Summer||25||Amsterdam||Boxing||Men's Heavyweight||Germany||GER||5T|
|1928 Summer||25||Amsterdam||Boxing||Germany||GER||Quarter-Finals||Match #2||2||1928-08-08||Ramm (SWE) , SchÃ¶nrath (GER)|
|1928 Summer||25||Amsterdam||Boxing||Germany||GER||Round One||Match #4||1||1928-08-07||SchÃ¶nrath (GER)|