In 1989, 1990, 1993 and 1998 Gudrun Høie (1970-) won the world wrestling freestyle title, in 1991 she won the silver medal and in 1999 the bronze medal. She also became European champion and won the Norwegian Championship nine times. In 2007 she was the first Norwegian to be suspended because she had not entered her where abouts, preventing her from participating in the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. After her studies in Medicine she settled as a family doctor in Kristiansund.
Luke Inman (1970-) played professional rugby at NSW Waratahs in the Australian league and was selected 28 times for the Australian national team, six of which as team captain. He graduated as a medical doctor and specialized in sports medicine, with practice at Peninsula Orthopedics, at the new Northern Beaches Hospital, and at the Dee Why Grand, Commercial Tower. He was a Board member of the NSW Government Combat Sports Authority and Chief Medical Officer of the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles Rugby League team. He was also the team physician for both men and women of the Australian Rugby Union Seven-a-side teams and assistant physician for the NSW Waratahs Super Rugby team and the Sydney Swans reserve grade. He was also active in international tennis tournaments, athletics competitions, Muay-Thai kick boxing and Cirque Du Soleil.
Jarl Inge Melberg (1970-) was crowned Norwegian champion 42 times and held three national swimming records: 100m freestyle long and short lane and 200m freestyle short lane. At the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona, he swam the 100, 200 and 400m freestyle and he was a member of the relay team 4 x 200m freestyle and 4 x 100m medley. In 1990 he won the 100m freestyle during the World Cup in Gothenburg. After his studies in Medicine he settled as a family doctor in Oslo.
From 1987 to 1992, Rob Parisien (1970-) was a member of the American ski team and in 1992 he was called to the Albertville Winter Olympics where he finished 20th in the giant slalom. He graduated from the Dartmouth Medical School, but specialized in Orthopedic Surgery. He joined the Maine Orthopedic Center in Cape Elizabeth, Maine, where he focused on Sports Medicine and Traumatology. He later moved to Manchester, New Hampshire.
German swimmer Mark Warnecke (1970-) won the 50m breaststroke at the 2005 World Cup in Montreal and with that he was the oldest world champion in history in that event. The following year he won his tenth German title 50m breaststroke. According to him, he owes this success to the self-developed amino acid preparation Amformula, with which he lost 21 kilos. In 1995 he already became world champion on the 100m breaststroke and at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta he won the bronze medal in that event. He was selected for four Olympiades. After graduating in business information technology, he started studying medicine and after graduating he specialized in surgery. He worked at the emergency department of a hospital in Bochum.