Dezso Földes (1880-1950) became Olympic champion with the Hungarian saber team at the 1908 Olympics in London and at the 1912 Olympics in Stockholm. In London he also disputed the individual events with saber and épée, four years later with épée and foil. In 1912 he graduated from the University of Budapest. He emigrated to the United States where he opened a clinic for the poor in Cleveland, Ohio.
Henry Homer "Doc" Gessler (1880-1924) was was a Major League Baseball player that played 880 games for successively the Detroit Tiger, Brooklyn Superbas, the Boston Red Sox and the Washington Senators. He managed fourteen home runs and was coach at Pittsburgh after his player career. But before his baseball career, he attended Ohio University, Washington & Jefferson College, and became a physician, graduating from Johns Hopkins Medical School. He was one of three doctors in the 1906 World Series.
The American rower Harry Lott (1880-1949) won gold with the coxed eights at the 1908 Olympic in St Louis. Lott rowed for the Vesper Boat Club while he was a medical student at the Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia. After the Olympics, he earned his medical degree and practiced in Philadelphia as an otolaryngologist specializing in diseases of the ear. He eventually became a professor at his alma mater, which was eventually renamed Thomas Jefferson University.
German Arthur Mallwitz (1880-1968). participated in the unofficial 1906 Olympics in Athens at the long jump, the standing long jump and the pentathlon. At the 1908 Olympics in London, he took part in the standing high and long jump. In 1907 he won the German championship high jump. In 1908 he graduated from the Universität Berlin with the thesis 'Körperliche Hochleistungen mit besonderer Berücksichtigung des Olympischen Sports', with which he laid the foundation for Sports Medicine in Germany. Later he became Professor Sporthygiene at the 'Universität Berlin'.
Teddy Morgan (1880-1949) was a Welsh international rugby union player who played with London Welsh and Swansea and he was member of the national team of Wales. In 1905 he scored the winning try against the All Blacks from New Zealand. During his eleven appearances with the national team, he scored fourteen times. Morgan became a General Practitioner in Sketty, Swansea before moving to a new practice in East Anglia.