French judoka Jean-Claude Brondani (1944-) won the bronze medal in the open category at the 1972 Olympics in Munich. After his Medical studies he specialized in Rheumatology and settled in Houilles northwest of Paris.
Jürgen Hehn (1944-) won the gold medal with the German epee team at the 1973 World Championships and the silver medal in 1974 and 1975. At the 1976 Olympics in Montréal he won both individually and in team the silver medal with the epee. In 1972 he crowned himself as German champion and was also selected for the Munich Olympics. In 1974 he won the German championship foil. He specialized in sports medicine, settled as a medical doctor in Lauda-Königshofen. He accompanied the German fencing crew for years.
Together with his sister Vivian (1948-) American Ron Joseph (1944-) became national junior champion figure skating in 1961, four years later they won the seniors title. In 1963 they finished third at the World Championships and two years later even second. At the 1964 Winter Olympics in Innsbruck they finished fourth in the final but afterwarts they were awarded the bronze medal, because the German couple Marika Kilius (1943-) and Hans-Jurgen Bäumler (1942-) had signed a professional contract just before the Games. Ron Joseph also finished third in the College Championship long jump. He graduated from Northwestern University and specialized in Orthopedic Surgery with a special interest in hand surgery.