8. Nagano 1998:
Canadian snowboarder Ross Rebagliati lost his gold after testing positive for marijuana, but later got it back, since marijuana is not a performance-enhancing drug.
7. St. Moritz 1948:
The United States sent two different teams to the ice hockey competition.
6. London 2012:
The Olympic logo drew immediate criticism, and numerous spoofs.
5. Vancouver 2010:
Sven Kramer lost the 10,000 meter speed skating race after his coach told him to change lanes at the wrong time.
4. Berlin 1936:
Boxer Thomas Hamilton-Brown consoled himself after his first-round loss by going on an eating binge. When it became clear that he had actually won, he was too heavy to compete in his weight class.
3. Rome 1960:
Wym Essajas, the first ever athlete from Suriname to participate in the Olympics, was given the wrong starting time, and slept through the 800 meter race.
2. Stockholm 1912:
Portuguese runner Francisco Lázaro covered his body with wax before the marathon, to prevent sunburn. The wax restricted his perspiration, and the runner died as a result.
1. Munich 1972 :
Eddie Hart, the favourite for the 100 meters race, never showed up for the event because his coach, Stan Wright, used the wrong schedule.