1: "Disqualified Runners" Scandal erupted in 1988 Olympics when Canadian sprinter Ben Johnson tested positive for steroids, resulting in his disqualification and Carl Lewis crowned the winner.

2: "Nancy vs. Tonya" The Tonya Harding and Nancy Kerrigan saga captivated the 1994 Winter Olympics, as the infamous attack on Kerrigan by Harding's associates shocked the world.

3: "Judges' Bias" Controversial judging decisions tainted figure skating events in the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics, raising questions about favoritism and fair scoring.

4: "Black Power Salute" In a display of protest and solidarity, two African-American athletes raised clenched fists during the 1968 Mexico City Olympics, challenging racial inequality globally.

5: "1980 USA Boycott" Political tensions led the United States to boycott the 1980 Moscow Olympics as a protest against the Soviet Union's invasion of Afghanistan.

6: "Berlin Olympics 1936" Nazi Germany hosted the 1936 Olympics, where Adolf Hitler used the event as propaganda, overshadowing athletic achievements and furthering his political agenda.

7: "Blood-Doping Scandal" At the 1972 Munich Olympics, a scandal emerged when members of the Soviet Union's team were suspected of engaging in blood-doping, tarnishing the Games.

8: "Corruption in Boxing" In the 2016 Rio Olympics, allegations of corruption and biased officiating engulfed the boxing events, casting doubts on the integrity of the sport.

9: "East Germany's Doping Program" The 1976 Montreal Olympics exposed East Germany's state-sponsored doping program, where athletes were unknowingly administered performance-enhancing drugs.