German fencer Sabine Bau (1969-) won the silver medal in the foil competition at the 1988 Olympics in Seoul. With the German team, she also won the gold medal in the team classification. The silver medal was reserved for the German girls at the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona, and the bronze medal at the 1996 and 2000 Olympics. To those five Olympic medals, she also added four gold, four silver and five bronze medals from different World Cups, and one gold, two silver and one bronze medal from European Championships. She ended her sporting career after she tore her cruciate ligaments in 2013. She was member of the world famous fencing school of Tauberbischofsheim. She graduated as a medical doctor and specialized in Orthopedic Surgery and Sports Medicine, after which she settled as an Orthopedic Surgeon at the Caritas Hospitalin Bad Mergentheim and also became medical director of the sports medical Vital Center in Tauberbischofsheim.
Turlough O'Hare (1969-) was selected by the Canadian Olympic Committee for the 1988 Olympics in Seoul and the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona. In 1988 he achieved the eighth place with the relay team 4 x 200m freestyle. His greatest international successes were the 1989 long-distance swimming world title and his seventh place in the 200m freestyle during the 1990 World Cup. At the 1993 Universiade he won both the 400m and 800m freestyle and a bronze medal in the 200m freestyle. He was 37 times Canadian champion and set eight Canadian and two Commonwealth records. He graduated as a medical doctor, specialized in anesthesia and became Professor at Mc Master University.
Doreen Rosenstrauch (1969-), known as DrDoRo studied Medicine at the Otto von Guericke Universität of Magdeburg, Germany. She then moved to the United States where she specialized at the University of Arizona, the University of Kansas and the University of Texas. From 1999 she was allowed to practice as a medical doctor in the United States and in 2004 she received her PhD with 'magna cum laude'. The following year she received her permanent residency for the US as Professor and Researcher. At the Texas Medical Center at the University of Texas she did biomedical research into the biocompatibility of implantable cardiovascular devices. She was a yoga instructor and an active member of the USA Triathlon. She participated in the Ironbabe triathlon, the Run Wild, the Loe Star Triathlon, the Cinco Ranch Triathlon and the Super Sprint Babe triathlon.
Brendan Venter (1969-) played professional rugby in South Africa as a center. He was called up seventeen times for the national team. He graduated as a medical doctor at the University of the Orange Free State, but continued to play rugby. In the morning he had practice as a general practitioner, in the afternoon he worked as an anesthetist in a hospital. In 2001 he moved to Great Britain where he became a player-coach for the London Irish, but also started a general practice and supervised his sports medicine rugby team. He also focused on coaching and so he became the Defense Coach of the Italian and South African national team.