^ A. Belarusian athlete Nadzeya Ostapchuk , who won a gold medal in women's shot put was stripped of her medal on 13 August 2012 after a urine sample testing positive for the steroid metenolone . New Zealander Valerie Adams has been awarded gold, Russian athlete Yevgeniya Kolodko was awarded silver and Chinese athlete Gong Lijiao was awarded bronze.  ^ C The original winner, Tatyana Lysenko of Rusia , was stripped of her gold medal after failing drugs tests. The rest of the competitors were elevated by one position accordingly.
" Nadia's Theme " refers to an instrumental piece that became eponymously linked to Comăneci shortly after the 1976 Olympics. It began as part of the musical score of the 1971 film Bless the Beasts and Children , originally titled "Cotton's Dream". It was also used as the title theme music for the American soap opera The Young and the Restless . It became associated with Comăneci after cinematographer/feature reporter Robert Riger used it against slow-motion montages of Nadia on the television program ABC's Wide World Of Sports . The song became a top-10 single in the fall of 1976, and the composers, Barry De Vorzon and Perry Botkin, Jr. , renamed it "Nadia's Theme" in Comăneci's honour.  However, Comăneci never actually performed to "Nadia's Theme." Her floor exercise music was a medley of the songs " Yes Sir, That's My Baby " and " Jump in the Line " arranged for piano.