Dutch rower Hotse Bartlema (1911-1987) competed at the 1936 Olympics in Berlin with the coxed four. He graduated from the University of Amsterdam and specialized as a Surgeon.
Charles Sergel (1911-1980) finished fourth with the British coxed eight at the 1932 Olympics in Los Angeles. He was born in Rio de Janeiro as son of a missionary. He attended Cambridge University and in 1931, 1932 and 1933 he was a member of the winning Cambridge boat in the race against Oxford. 1932 was indeed his success year, he also won the Grand Challenge Cup with the coxed eight of Leander Club. In 1937 he graduated as a doctor at St Mary's Hospital and he went for one year to Uganda as a missionary. After the outbreak of the World War II he joined the British medical corps in East Africa becoming a Major. After the war he returned as a surgeon to Mengo Hospital in Kampala. In 1952 he returned to England where he settled as a GP in Great Shelford, Cambridgeshire. He died of a heart attack during his farewell party, which he organized himself.