At the 1968 Winter Olympics in Grenoble, David Dunn (1936-) finished fourth with the American four-man bob. After graduating from the University of Wisconsin, he completed his military service in Vietnam. Afterwards he specialized in Pediatric Neurosurgery and settled in Elm Grove, Wisconsin. He remained sportingly active as a racing driver.
American figure skater David Jenkins (1936-) won the bronze medal at the 1956 Winter Olympics in Cortina d'Ampezzo. One year later he became American champion, but he also won the world title, which he successfully defended for two years. He graduated from the Case Western Reserve Medical School and specialized in Internal Medicine.
Lajos Nagy (1936-) defended the German water polo colors at the 1960 Olympics in Rome and at the 1968 Olympics in Mexico. However, before he had already played sixty games with the Hungarian team, but in 1959 he applied for German nationality. He was selected another 115 times for the Germans. He captured seven German titles with Rote Erde Hamm. After obtaining his degree in medicine, he specialized in sports medicine and was both a physician and a trainer at water polo competitions.
At the 1960 Olympics in Rome, Dutch rower Ype Juurd Stelma (1936-) took the semi-finals with the coxed four. He graduated in Leiden and settled as a GP in Norway.
Dutchman Henk Wamsteker (1936-) rowed the coxed four at the 1960 Olympics in Rome. After graduating from the University of Leiden, he specialized in Surgery and spent two years as head of department at the Saint Lucas Hospital in Amsterdam. He then moved to the Haaglanden Medical Center in Leidschendam. He also strongly supported the Kidney Foundation to promote the recruitment of organ donors.