Richard Budgett (1959-) won the gold medal with the British coxed four at the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles. Previously he had participated in three World Championships, with the bronze medal of 1981 in the coxed two as best result. In 1983 he graduated from Cambridge University and he became the team physician of the English bobsleigh team at the 1992 and 1994 Winter Olympics. In 1998, 2002 and 2006 he was the team physician for the entire English delegation, in 1996, 2000, 2004 and 2008 he led the English medical team at the Summer Olympics and in 2012 was Medical Officer at the London Olympics.
Richard Dodds (1959-) was captain of the British hockey team who won the gold medal at the 1988 Olympics in Seoul. Four years earlier he was already in the team that won the bronze medal at the Los Angeles Olympics. He was also the captain when the British won the 1986 World Cup hockey. After his graduation he specialized in Orthopedic Surgery and started a practice at the Royal Berkshire Hospital of Reading.
At the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles, Frans Göbel (1959-) finished tenth with the Dutch coxed four and at the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona he finished fifteenth in the light skiff. At the 1988 World Championships he won the silver medal in that competition and at the 1987 Universiade he won the light skiff. But in 1989 and 1990 he crowned himself world champion. After graduating from the University of Amsterdam, he settled as a GP in a group practice in Aalsmeer with his colleague rower/physician Piet Bon (1946-).
At the age of 16, German Dagmar Lurz (1959-) participated for the first time in both the World and the European Figure Skating Championships. In 1977 she won the first of four consecutive German titles, she won the silver medal at the European Championships in Helsinki and the bronze medal at the World Championships in Tokyo. The next two years, she successfully defended her European silver medal and finished fourth at the World Championships in Ottawa and Vienna. 1980 was her success year, she became for the fourth time German Champion, won for the fourth time the silver medal at the European Championships in Gothenburg, won the same medal at the World Championships in Dortmund and the bronze medal at the Lake Placid Winter Olympics. She graduated from Koln University where she specialized in sports medicine, after which she became the team physician of the German skating team.