The World Anti-Doping Agency announced Tuesday that it intends to review the status of cannabis on its banned substance list.
The fact of the matter is that the U.S. itself has for years played the leading role in imposing cannabis prohibition.
The time has come to truly examine how and why cannabis users are punished, inside and outside of sport.
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Cannabinoids have been on the Prohibited List every year since WADA began supervising it in 2004.
Golfers have become outspoken advocates for CBD products and a majority believes marijuana should be allowed on the PGA Tour.
We are going to hear more about athletes using cannabis to burn through the anxiety and mental blocks that inevitably precede performance, competition and training.
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