Marijuana use has been a dicey subject for Olympic athletes in the past.

Back in 2009, Michael Phelps acknowledged a photo of him using a bong was real, and he was suspended from competition for three months. On top of that, he lost a lucrative sponsorship from Kellogg's.

Now, eight years after Phelps won big with eight gold medals in Beijing, he, along thousands more athletes, will head to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, for the Summer Olympics.

Over the intervening years, marijuana has been decriminalized in jurisdictions around the world. But what about for Olympians?

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Joseph D. Lyons ~ Bustle.com ~

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