Andrew Black is an entrepreneur who founded Betfair. He is having increasing success in the bridge world in recent years with this team – almost the same lineup that got silver in the EBL Winter Games in 2016 and won the Gold Cup in 2017. See Andrew’s Wikipedia page.
Gunnar Hallberg won the Swedish teams championships six times (bridge, that is, although he was also a top hand-ball player) and was a regular on the Swedish bridge team in the 1980s. He moved to England in 1995 to play bridge professionally. He has won all the domestic competitions, including two Gold Cups, and in America he has won the Cavendish teams and the prestigious Vanderbilt trophy. He has two Senior World Championships, in 2009 and 2010. He was in the team that won silver in the 2016 European Winter Games. See Gunnar’s EBU profile
Phil King has enjoyed great success in his bridge career, firstly as a junior international in the late 1980s, and then in EBU tournaments, winning the Gold Cup, Year End Swiss Pairs, Brighton Four Stars Teams and Spring Fours. He has played in the Camrose on multiple occasions across three decades and has also been a successful coach and NPC, guiding five Peggy Bayer winning teams, and also acting as coach at the Venice Cup and NPC at the World Olympiad. He was in the team that won silver in the 2016 European Winter Games and in the London team that won the Tollemache in 2016 and 2017. He lives in Harrow-on-the-Hill with his wife Su. See Phil’s EBU profile.
Andrew (“Tosh”) McIntosh represented Scotland many times but, following bridge devolution, he now lives in London and has transferred his allegiance to England. He has the rare distinction of having won the Gold Cup three years in a row (and four times in five years). He was in the team that won silver in the 2016 European Winter Games and in the London team that won the Tollemache in 2016 and 2017. Tosh managed the Acol Bridge Club for some years and still teaches there. See Tosh’s EBU profile.