Bill McColl (1930-) played between 1952 and 1959 defensive end and tight end with the Chicago Bears in NFL. In the 1956 season he threw with 79 yards the longest completion of the year and in 1958 he managed nine touch downs. He graduated from the University of Chicago and and became an Orthopedic Surgeon and served in Korea as a Presbyterian missionary doctor from 1962 to 1964.
Hungarian Éva Novák (1930-2005) won the bronze medal 200m breaststroke at the 1948 Olympics in London. Four years later in Helsinki she added the silver medals 200m breaststroke and 400m freestyle and the gold medal with the Hungarian relay team 4 x 100m medley in a world record time. In Helsinki she met Belgian sports journalist Pierre Gérard, whom she married and then changed her name to Éva Novák Gérard. She settled in Brussels and swam for Belgium at the 1956 Olympics in Melbourne. She improved 48 times a Hungarian record and she was the proud owner of 33 Hungarian and eight Belgian titles. In Belgium she graduated as a doctor and she did mainly scientific research.
Judit Temes-Tuider (1930-2013) was a member of the Hungarian swimming team from 1944 to 1956. She won the bronze medal in the 100m freestyle at the 1952 Olympics in Helsinki and the gold medal with the relay team 4 x 100m freestyle in a new world record time of 4.24.4. In 1954 at the European Championships in Turin she finshed second in the 100m freestyle and that same year she set with the Hungarian Relay team with 5.07.08 a new world record time 4 x 100m medley. After she retired from swimming she started medical studies in Budapest. After graduating she worked as a doctor and in the sports management of the Hungarian Olympic Committee, the Hungarian Swimming Federation and the Ligue Européenne de Natation.