Juan Antonio Samaranch, IOC
Despite the advancements in athletics over the last three decades, you'd be surprised how many Cold War Olympic records still stand, though less so if you had ever heard of Samaranch. The IOC president made his friends a ton of money while growing sponsorships and TV deals, and while almost completely ignoring doping during his 21-year reign over the Olympics. Eventually 14 medals were stripped from athletes of the 2000 Games, his last as IOC president. His tenure came to an unceremonious end amid a bribery scandal to secure the 2002 Games for Salt Lake City that saw 10 of his committee members fired. Samaranch was cleared of wrong doing – and then immediately forced out of office. But, good news: Current IOC President Thomas Bach, who oversaw the 2014 Sochi Games, was accused of cheating while winning gold in fencing at the 1976 Olympics.