Maynard Ashcroft (1875-1955) was a right hand batsman who played 170 innings and took 24 wickets in 101 first-class matches. He studied Medicine at Owens College, Manchester and became Medical Officer of Health at the Dewsbury Smallpox Hospital.
Dave Hall (1875-1972) was an American middle distance runner who won the bronze medal in the 800m track and field race and finished fourth in the 1,500m at the 1900 Olympics in Paris. He graduated in 1907 from the Rush Medical College. Later he was appointed Professor of Hygiene, first two years at the University of Oklahoma, then 39 years at the University of Washington. In 1918 he was the commanding colonel of ambulance troops on the Italian front.
American William Hoyt (1875-1954) won the pole vault with a jump of 3m30 at the 1896 Olympics in Athens but he also ran the 110m hurdles. The following year he graduated from Harvard University and established himself as a general practitioner in Chicago. During World War I he was officer at the 1st Illinois Field Hospital Company. He specialized as a Surgeon and was active in France for several years. Eventually, he returned to the American town of Berlin, close to New York where he held practice until his death.
Austrian swimmer Paul Neumann (1875-1932) won the 500 meter freestyle in open sea at the 1896 Olympics in Athens with a chrono of 8.12.6, more than one and a half minute faster than his closest rival. He also dived into the water for the 1.200m, but due to the terrible weather conditions and because there was no rest between the two races, he did not finish that event. Paul Neumanns swimming career started in 1887 when he joined the newly established 'Ersten Wiener Amateur-Schwimmclub'. His first success was in 1892 when he crowned himself as 'Strommeister auf der Donau', a competition over 5km. In 1894 he became Austrian champion 500 m freestyle in 9.24.2. After the Athens Games he emigrated to the United States, where he first studied at the German Medical College of Chicago and he graduated as a physician at the University of Pennsylvania. He also played water polo for the latter university. In 1897 he swam world records at 2, 3, 4 and 5 miles and won both the American and the Canadian championship free style. One year later he crowned himself Canadian champion 880 yards freestyle. Afterwards three American titles were added about 400m, 880 yards and 1 mile freestyle
Dutch rower Hendrik Offerhaus (1875-1953) took third place with the coxed eights at the 1900 Olympics in Paris. He graduated from the University of Leiden and established himself as a general practitioner. Later he became secretary of the Dutch Red Cross.