German Matthias Baumann (1971-) excelled in many sports. He became wrestling champion of Würtenberg, he finished in the Ironman of Hawaii, he participated in the extreme competition Patrouille de Glacier, he climbed peaks of more than 5,000 meters worldwide, with the Muztagh Ata (7,546m), Cho Oyu (8,201m) ), and Mount Everest (8,600m) as highest peaks. After graduating from the Universities of Tübingen and Montpellier as a medical doctor, he specialized in Orthopodics and Emergency Medicine in Zurich and Tübingen. From that department he became head of service in the Unfallklinik Tübingen. He then joined the Alpiner Rettungshubschrauber as an emergency physician, became medical coach of the German national cycling team and specialized in Sports Medicine.
Dutch judoka Jessica Gal (1971-) was selected for four Olympics. At the age of seventeen she participated in the 1988 Olympics in Seoul, where judo was a demonstration sport. Four years later in Barcelona, she finished fifth in the 52 kg category. In 1996 she signed for the Atlanta Olympics, in 2000 for the Sydney Olympics. In total, she captured eighteen Dutch titles, became four times European champion and finished three times third at the World Cup. After graduating from the University of Amsterdam she specialized in Sports Medicine and in 2009 she opened a sports medical advice center in Amsterdam. She was also the team doctor of the Dutch women's hockey team.
Katrin Kauschke (1971-) was a member of the German hockey team at the 1992, 1996 and 2000 Olympics. At the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona she won the silver medal with the German team. In 1989, she played for the German junior team that won the World Cup. That same year, she was also called up to the national senior squad for the first time. In 1991 she won the silver medal at the European Championship with the German team, the bronze medal in 1995 and the silver medal again in 1999. The bronze medal was also won at the 1998 World Cup in Utrecht. In a club context she first played with Eintracht Braunschweig, but afterwards she moved to Berliner HC with which she won four German titles. In total, she contested 190 international matches. She graduated from the Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, specialized in Sports Medicine and started her career at the Institut für Sport- und Bewegungsmedizin of the Universität Hamburg.
Dutch Frouke van Beek (1971-) was selected to represent her country in synchronized swimming at the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona. After graduating from the Free University of Amsterdam, she specialized in Internal Medicine at the Utrecht St-Antonius Hospital and afterwards she became a Pneumologist at the St. Antonius Hospital in Nieuwegein.