Dutch rower Jaap Beije (1927-2013) was part of the coxed four at the 1952 Olympics in Helsinki. He graduated from the University of Amsterdam and specialized in Surgery.
William 'Bill' Bell (1927-2016) represented Canada with the basketball team of University of British Columbia at the 1948 Olympics in London. In 1954 he graduated from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver and he settled as a GP in Victoria, British Columbia.
Dutch rower Ben Binnendijk (1927) won the double scull at the 1952 Olympics in Helsinki. He graduated from the University of Utrecht and specialized in Surgery. Later he became Professor Traumatology at the University of Groningen.
Thomas Christie (1927-) rowed with the British coxless fours at the 1948 Olympics in London. In 1949 he won the Silver Globets at Henley with Tony Butcher (1926-2009) and in 1952 he did that with H. Baywater. Two years later he won the silver medal in the coxless two with Nicholas Clack (1930) at the British Empire and Commonwealth Games. After graduating from King's College in 1950, he specialized in Westminster Hospital and St Thomas's Hospital in Anesthesics. Christie was a consultant in Brighton and was involved with obstetric anaesthesia and open-heart surgery.
Irish John McAndrew (1927-2013) was a former Gaelic footballer at Bangor Erris, a town in County Mayo, which won the national championship in 1950 and 1951. McAndrew studied and graduated from the Royal College of Surgeons in Dublin. In 1961 he moved to England where he joined the practice of Doctor McGabhann in the town of Shropshire and where he also led the Birmingham cricket team to several Warwickshire Senior Championships.
Canadian athlete Bob McFarlane (1927-2006), brother of Don McFarlane (1926-2008), competed in the 400m dash and the 4 x 400m relay at the 1948 Olympics in London. His most impressive year as an athlete was 1950, when he set five Canadian track records. Like his brother, he studied medicine at the University of Western Ontario. After graduating in 1951, McFarlane went on to become a plastic surgeon and head of plastic surgery at Victoria Hospital in London, Ontario. He moved to St. Joseph's Hospital in London in 1992, where he founded the Hand and Upper Limb Centre, which is now recognized as Canada's best upper extremity surgery unit.
Canadian Professor Pat McGeer (1927-) is regarded as a leading authority on the causes and prevention of Alzheimer's disease. He is the principal author on the inflammatory hypothesis of the disease, in the cortex. But he was also an excellent basketter, in 1948 he played in the Canadian team at the London Olympics. Canada finished in ninth place after defeating Belgium 45-40, Peru 49-43 and Iran 81-25. In Canada McGeer played for UBC Thunderbirds Vancouver and from 1962 to 1986 he was a politician in British Columbia.
Colin Stewart IV (1927-2015) was a member of the American team at the 1948 Winter Olympics in St. Moritz. He competed in the slalom and after the Games he graduated from the Dartmouth Medical School. He established himself as a general practitioner in Denver.