Sylvie Daigle (1962-) won the gold medal with the Canadian Short Track team at the 1992 Winter Olympics in Albertville and the silver medal at the 1994 Winter Olympics in Lillehammer. Moreover, she became five times world champion all round. Her success began in 1979 when she won the Canadian championship at 500, 1,000 and 1,500m. One year later in Lake Placid she participated for the first time in the Winter Olympics, where she finished nineteenth in the 500m. After the Albertville Olympics, she started her medical studies at the Université de Montréal, where she graduated in 1998. She started her professional career in the Emergency department of le Centre hospitalier régional de Lanaudière in Saint-Charles-Borromée. In 2005, the statue that the Sherbrooke municipality had erected for her was destroyed by vandals, one year later the artist completely renewed it and could be placed back in front of the Palais de Sports.
German Markus Frommlet (1962-) excelled in gymnastics and football, but participated also in various triathlons with the Ironman of Hawaii in 1999 as the pinnacle of his career. He graduated from Tübingen University and specialized in Ophthalmology and Sports Medicine. As a sports physician he was affiliated with the Olympic training center Stuttgart of the University of Tübingen and he was an expedition physician for Himalayas climbs. In 2016, together with his wife Ute Jansen (1970-), he managed to finish the 1,500 km circumference of the state of Baden-Württemberg in 22 days with 16 different means of transport
Birgit Süß (1962-) won the bronze medal with the GDR gymnastics team at the 1978 and 1981 World Championships. In 1978 she also qualified for the individual finals all-around, floor exercise and uneven bars. In 1980 she was a member of the team that took third place at the Moscow Olympics, during that Olympiad she also contested the finals of the all-around and the vault. She graduated as a medical doctor but specialized in Clinical Biology.
Christiane Weber (1962-) won the gold medal with the German floret team at the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles and the 1988 Olympics in Seoul. In 1981 she had won the silver medal at the Junior World Championship in Lausanne and the same with the German senior team at the World Championship in Clermont-Ferrand. One year later, the bronze medal followed with the team at the World Cup in Rome and in 1983 the silver medal at the World Cup in Vienna. In 1985, both individually and with the team from Offenbach, she won the German championship. In 1986 she was the best during the World Cup and she won the bronze medal both individually and with the German team at the World Championship in Sofia. She graduated from the Goethe Universität in Frankfurt am Main and specialized in Surgery after which she went to work at the Langenfeld hospital.