At the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona, Kevin Draxinger (1967-) competed in the 200m backstroke and he was also captain of the Canadian Olympic swimming team. At the 1990 Commonwealth Games he won the bronze medal, at the 1994 edition he won the silver medal in that competition and at the 1991 World Cup he finished sixth in the final. He graduated from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, specialized in Orthopedic Surgery at McGill University in Montreal and Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore and specialized in back surgery. He started his practice at the Family Health Center of Burchard Hills.
German wheelchair athlete Robert Figl (1967-) won the 1,500m during the 2004 Olympics in Athens. Four years before in Sydney, he had finished third in that competition and he also won the bronze medal with the 4 x 400m relay team. Twelve years before in Seoul, he had won the 100m. After studying medicine, he specialized in Dermatology and settled in Karlsruhe.
Hans Gstöttner (1967-) was sent to the 1988 Olympics in Seoul for the GDR, where he finished eighth in mid-weight category in wrestling freestyle. Four years later in Barcelona he represented reunited Germany and just missed the podium with a fourth place. At the 1988 and 1991 European Championships in Manchester and in Stuttgart, he won the silver medal in his weight category and in 1990 he won the European title in Posen, Poland. In 1994 he won the bronze medal at both the European Championships in Rome and at the World Championships in Istanbul. After completing his medical studies, he specialized in Dermatology and joined the Deutsche Bundeswehr for a few years, after which he settled in Halle as a dermatologist.
Noor Holsboer (1967-) was selected for the Olympics three times. With the Dutch hockey team, she won the bronze medal at the 1988 Olympics in Seoul and the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta. In 1992 in Barcelona, the Dutch finished in sixth place. The player of HGC Wassenaar was called up 139 times for the national team. In 2004 she was hit with a ball to the head, resulting in a serious head injury. Together with her brother, she therefore developed a carbon and fiberglass helmet that protected the forehead and temples. After graduating as a medical doctor in Leiden, she started working for the Dutch transplant foundation, where she was responsible for the process from tissue donation to transplantation.
At the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona, Dutch rower Anita Meiland (1967-) was part of the quadruple sculls, who finished fourth in the final. At the 1995 World Cup in Tampere, Finland, she won the bronze medal with the quadruple sculls. After graduating from the University of Amsterdam, she settled with her colleague rower Jorrit van Lennep as a general practitioner in the Dutch capital.
American Debi Thomas (1967-) was crowned world champion figure skating in 1986 and in that discipline she won the bronze medal in 1988 at both the Winter Olympics in Calgary and the World Championship in Budapest. She was the first black athlete to win a figure skating medal. Then she stopped her sporting career and went to study. In 1991 she obtained her engineering degree at Stanford University and in 1997 she graduated as a medical doctor at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. After that she specialized in Orthopedic Surgery with a special interest in knee and hip prostheses. Her quirky character ensured that she never stayed in the same clinic for long. She also married three times and in 2012 she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. In 2015, she lived in a caravan in the Apalachian Mountains with her heavily alcohol-addicted third husband. Due to two divorces, she was financially grounded and faced a 600,000 USD debt. Out of sheer necessity, she then sold her Olympic bronze medal for 2,200 USD. Moreover, she lost both custody of her son and her medical license.
At the 1992 Winter Olympics in Albertville, Dutch short track star Simone Velzeboer (1967-) skated the 500 and the 3,000m. Four years earlier, she had already been selected for the Winter Olympics in Calgary, where short track was still a demonstration sport at the time, but due to a fall in the semifinals, she ended up in hospital with a broken vertebra. At the 1992 World Cup, she won the silver medal with the Dutch relay team. After graduating from Leiden University, she specialized in Pediatrics and went to work at the St. Anna hospital in Geldrop.
Bengt Zikarsky (1967-) won the bronze medal with the German quartet in the 4 x 100m freestyle during the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona and the 1998 Olympics in Atlanta. In 1989 he had already won the European Championship in Bonn with his team, in 1993 they won the bronze medal and in 1991 the European title 4 x 50m freestyle. The same year, the foursome won the silver medal in the 4 x 100m freestyle during the World Cup in Perth. Because he had expressed himself quite negatively about federal chairman Klaus Henter (1937-), he was kicked from the national team in 1996, after which he ended his sporting career. He graduated as a medical doctor, specialized in oral and maxillofacial surgery and started a practice in Nürnberg