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SalÃ© and Pelletier The story of pairs figure skaters Jamie SalÃ© and David Pelletier is now officially a part of the sometimes strange and unusual history of the Olympic Games.
Here's a look back at some other medals that were won under less-than-normal circumstances.
The never-ending wrestling match (well almost) When:
Where: Stockholm, Sweden
2. Anders Ahlgren (Sweden) 4. August Rajala (Finland) Better 71 years late than never When: Where: Stockholm, Sweden What: The Decathlon and the Pentathlon Jim Thorpe of the United States won the gold in both events. But the medals were revoked and his name was removed from the results when it was discovered that he had received a small payment for playing minor league baseball in 1909 and 1910, therefore violating the amateur status regulations. The International Olympic Committee gave the medals back to his family in 1983.