British rower Thomas Bristow (1913-2007) won the silver medal with the coxless four at the 1936 Olympics in Berlin. He studied at the University of Cambridge and in 1935 he was member of the coxed eight that contested the annual competition against Oxford. In 1935 and 1938 he won the Grand Challenge Cup. He qualified at St Thomas's Hospital and specialized in Anesthesia.
Hungarian swimmer Ferenc Csik (1913-1945) won the gold medal in the 100m freestyle at the 1936 Olympics in Berlin and the bronze medal in the 4 x 200m freestyle relay. Two years before he became European champion 100m free style. He graduated as a medical doctor at Peter Pázmány University, but died during World War II in an air raid while assisting a wounded man.
At the 1936 Olymics in Berlin, Mak Schoorl (1913-2011) defended the Dutch colors in the coxless and coxed four. One year later he finished second with the coxless four at the European Championships. He graduated from the University of Amsterdam and subsequently became known as a paediatric surgeon at the Emma Children's Hospital.
English fencer Pierre Turquet (1913-1975) competed in the team foil event at the 1948 Olympics in London. After completing medical training at the London Hospital he specialized in Psychiatry with special interest in group relations. During World War II he was a Major in the Royal Army Force, helping to develop the War Office Selection Boards and seconded to the French War Office. After the war he was research Psychiatrist at the Social Medicine Research Unit before becoming psychiatrist at the London Tavistock Clinic, where he became chairman of the adult department. He died in a car crash in France.
Heinz Wöllner (1913-1943) was a German athlete who finished fourth in the the triple jump at the 1936 Olympics in Berlin. He graduated as a medical doctor but was killed on the Russian East Front on September 23, 1943.