At the 1908 Olympics in London British Norman Hallows (1886-1968) finished third in the 1.500m. He graduated from St Thomas' Hospital. He was later present in the Balkan War with the Red Cross and during World War I he was a captain-physician at the Royal Army Medical Corps in France. In 1919 he was appointed Medical Officer at the Marlborough College.
Dutchman Edu Snethlage (1886-1940) scored ten goals in the eleven games he played for his national team. After graduating he specialized in surgery. He went to the Dutch East Indies, first to Surabaya and then became the medical director of the hospital in Tandjong Kassau.
Dutchman Jan Thomée (1886-1954) scored sixteen goals in the sixteen games he played for his national team, hence his nickname 'The Cannon'. After his medical studies he established himself as a general practitioner in Delft and he also was a member of the medical committee of the Dutch football association.
With his teammate George Fairbairn (1888-1915), Philip Verdon (1886-1960) won silver in the coxless pair at the 1908 Olympics in London. After graduating he specialized in ophthalmology and subsequently worked in the Indian Medical Service.