Figure skating decisions have been full of controversies as every fan of the sport well knows. The Olympics have certainly not been immune to this. Just for the sake of discussion, let's air out any personal opinions on decisions that we thought were flat out wrong. Who, in your opinion, was robbed? Who was bolstered up unfairly? Let's all remember that judging skating performances is highly subjective for both judges and fans, so we shouldn't get too worked up about this; it's all a matter of what we happened to think as casual fans.
Personally, I remember the 1992 Olympic Games as being pretty bizarre. I thought Paul Wylie should've beaten Viktor Petrenko for the gold, and ditto for Dmitriev and Mishkutenok, who should've won over Gordeeva & Grinkov (D&M nailed everything, G&G, as graceful as they were, made significant mistakes). And two years later, I thought Nancy Kerrigan's loss to Oksana Baiul was also wrong, although I could understand it better than the '92 results. And of course, in the most recent Games, Sale & Pelletier should've won the gold medals outright without the whole messy fiasco that ensued.
What were the results that all of you guys had disagreements with? Why?