Mark Alban (1966-) played cricket at the University of Cambridge in the English first-class. In total, he scored 134 runs, with an average of 33.50 and a highest score of 86 in the game against Oxford. After studying medicine, he settled as a family doctor in Bristol.
Kevin Boyd (1966-) was regularly called up for the British swimming team. At the 1988 Olympics in Seoul he swam both the 400 and the 1,500m freestyle, in both finals he finished seventh each time. That year he also improved the world record of the 400, 800 and 1,500m freestyle. He graduated from Durham University and specialized in Orthopedic Surgery. He accepted a position at the University Hospital Leicester, where he also became a teacher.
In 1990 the New Zealand federation selected Ruth Highet (1966-) for the World Cup and the Commonwealth Games triathlon. She also ran ten marathons and participated in several half triathlons, mountain bike competitions, mountain time trials and swimming competitions in the sea. She graduated as a medical doctor and was one of the first New Zealanders to specialize in sports medicine. She was appointed medical director of Wellington Sports Medicine Ltd and started as a full-time sports physician at Wakefield Hospital in 1990 where she held 21 years of consultations. She was the team physician of the New Zealand selection at the 1994, 1996, 1998 and 2000 Olympics and medical director of her national Academy of Sport. She also acted as the medical director of the New Zealand Cycling Federation, softball team, equestrian association and golf club.
At the 1988 Olympics in Seoul, Nikki Payne (1966-) won the bronze medal with Lynley Hannen (1964-) in the rowing competition coxless two. She graduated in New Zealand but specialized in otorhinolaryngology for children in London.
American Marie Roethlisberger (1966-) participated in the gymnastics competition during the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles. As a result of meningitis during her childhood, she was practically completely deaf, so her ground exercises were accompanied by music with heavy bass tones that allowed her to feel the vibrations. She graduated from the University of Minnesota, after which she settled as a family doctor in Madison, Wisconsin. Her father Fred Roethlisberger (1943-) participated as a gymnast in the 1968 Olympics in Mexico, her brother John Roethlisberger (1970-) defended the American gymnastic colors at the 1992, 1996 and 2000 Olympics.