Ewa Kłobukowska, a Polish sprinter, competed in the 4×100 meter relay and the 100-meter sprint and took home a gold and a bronze medal, respectively. (That's her on the right, above the 3, winning her bronze.) In 1967, she failed a gender test and was stripped of her 1964 medals. Yet, once again, the story doesn't end there. After Klobukowska gave birth to her son years later, people realized that she must have had a genetic abnormality that made her have one chromosome too many. Gender testing: awful, inhumane, and flawed. No one wins.