Dan Fortmann (1916-1995) was an offensive linesman for the Chicago Bears in the American National Football League. He combined his sport with his Medicine studies. He graduated in 1940 from the University of Chicago and specialized in Pittsburgh in Surgery. He established himself as a surgeon in Burbank, California and became a club doctor for the American Football team of the Los Angeles Rams.
British Robert Kennedy (1916-2004) competed in the high jump at the 1936 Olympics in Berlin. That year he had won the Scottish title. In 1941 he graduated from London University and settled as a surgeon in Hampstead.
At the 1936 Olympics in Berlin Werner E. Loeckle (1916-1996) won the bronze medal with the German coxed eight. Because his club Rudergesellschaft Wiking Berlin won the German title that year, the eight rowers were automatically delegated to the Games. After studying Medicine he specialized in Gynecology and settled in Frankfurt am Mainz. He also wrote a lot of books about health and sport.
Dutch rower Henk van der Meer (1916-1985) won the European title double sculls and competed at the 1948 Olympics in London. He graduated from the University of Amsterdam and settled as a general practitioner in Amstelveen.