There’s not a lot of research on cannabis use and its impact on athletes. Here’s what some experts have to say on the matter.
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Cleveland Browns and Cincinnati Bengals fans can’t legally use medical marijuana to treat the suffering caused by their teams, the State Medical Board of Ohio ruled Wednesday.
A study of cannabis users found 82% of people partaking in exercise use cannabis before or after their workout, reporting it increases enjoyment, enhances recovery, and heightens motivation.
In the bone-crunching, muscle-wrenching sport of football, staying on the field when injured is a challenging priority for NFL players.
The governing body of triathlon is to become the first of its kind to enter into a pact with a corporation that trades products with cannabidiol content.
Improved sleep, training motivation, and reduced anxiety are just some ways in which marijuana can help climbers.
Scores of athletes have entered the cannabis space in recent years. A few notable names include former Heisman winner Ricky Williams, pro golfer Bubba Watson and NBA great Gary Payton.
The owners of Rolling Greens, Canada's first cannabis-friendly golf course, say they’re aiming to bring the fun back — but to golf, or weed?
Robert Garrigus is back on the green after becoming the first golfer to be suspended from the PGA Tour for cannabis. Now he's fighting the Tour's drug policies.
More than 150 current and former athletes signed a letter sent to the World Anti-Doping Agency, asking the organization to remove marijuana from its list of prohibited substances.
With talks of a new collective bargaining agreement underway, the NFL and NFL Players Association have agreed to form two new joint medical committees, partly to study marijuana as a potential pain-management tool for NFL players.
“For too long, I’ve watched my teammates and good friends battle with opioid addiction and leave the game with a long road still ahead; it’s time to make a change.”
A new study published in the medical journal Frontiers in Public Health has found that consuming cannabis may help motivate users to exercise and improve their workouts.
An increasing number of retired professional athletes are turning for cannabis for pain relief and a new career.
According to Pro Football Talk, the NFL is prepared to adopt a more lenient substance abuse policy in its next collective bargaining agreement, especially as it relates to marijuana.