Dutch rower Jan Bruijn (1948-) finished seventh in the double sculls at the 1972 Olympics in Munich. At the Erasmus University of Rotterdam he studied both Economics and Medicine. After obtaining his medical degree, he specialized in Psychiatry.
Tibor Cservenyák (1948-) was selected as goalkeeper of the Hungarian water polo team for the 1972 and 1976 Olympics. In Munich he won the silver medal and four years later the gold medal in Montréal. He graduated as a physician but specialized in Nuclear Medicine. He settled in Switzerland where he did pioneering research on prostate cancer.
Pitcher "Doc" Medich (1948-) played professional baseball from 1972 to 1982 with the New York Yankees, the Pittburgh Pirates, the Texas Rangers and the Milwaukee Brewers. He graduated as a medical doctor at the University of Pittsburgh, where he played both baseball and American Football. During his baseball career in 1976, he was called into the stands when a fan suffered a heart attack, the same thing happened also two years later. Shortly after he graduated, he was deprived of his medical license after being caught twelve times in prescribing drugs to non-existent patients. The American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons suspended also him.
Dutch rower Dirk Bram Tuinzing (1948-) was one of the five medical students in the coxed eight at the 1972 Olympics in Munich. After obtaining his medical degree at the University of Groningen, he specialized as a dental surgeon.
Dutch rower Jan van der Horst (1948-) won the bronze medal with the coxless two at the 1975 World Championship in Nottingham. One year later he was selected for the Olympics in Montreal with a tenth place as final result. After graduating from the University of Amsterdam, he settled as a general practitioner.
Gerhard Wucherer (1948-) finished sixth with the German relay team 4 x 100m at the 1968 Olympics in Mexico. Four years later he was selected again for the Munich Olympics and then the team won the bronze medal. He also ran the 100m individual, with the quarterfinal qualification of 1968 as best result. At the 1971 European Championships he won the silver medal. After graduating, he specialized in Sports Medicine and settled as a GP and sports physician in Göllheim.