Donald Garrow (1918-2001) represented Great Britain at the 1948 Winter Olympics in St. Moritz. He competed in three events: the downhill, the slalom and the super combined. He was also a talented golfer. After his military service with the Royal Navy he graduated as a physician and specialized in paediatrics.
In his youth, Gunther Philipp (1918-2003) was one of the fastest European breaststroke swimmers and he kept the Austrian record 100m breaststroke, which he beated six times, for fourteen years. Normally he would have been selected for the 1936 Olympics in Berlin, but that did not go through because he could not find himself in the 'nationalsozialismus'. During World War II he studied acting at the Max Reinhardt Seminar and philosophy, psychology and then medicine at the University of Vienna. In 1943 he received his doctorate in medicine. After the war, he ran a practice in Eberstalzell in Upper Austria and he was active until the 1990s at the Vienna University Clinic for Neurology and Psychiatry. Together with Peter Wehle (1914-1986) and Hans Moser (1880-1964), two fellow students from the drama school, he founded in 1948 the cabaret company 'Die Kleinen Vier'. From 1949 to 2002 he appeared as an actor in 147 movies for cinema and television, mainly in comic roles. As an author, Philipp wrote 21 film scripts. He was best known in the German language area and performed with Peter Alexander (1926-2011). In 1950 he started his own racing team and he contested motorcycle races in the Gran Turismo class, in which he conquered several Austrian titles. Together with Formula I pilot Jochen Rindt (1942-1970) he presented the program 'Motorama' on Austrian television. He was married four times and died after a long illness at the age of 85 in the German Bad-Godesberg.
Edward Scott (1918-1995) played first-class cricket and represented the English national rugby union team. Like his father and grandfather, he graduated as a physician at Oxford University. Moreover, like his father, he earned a selection for the English rugby team.