MLB Hall of Famer Ryne Sandberg only recently started to use cannabis for aches and pains. Now, he's an investor in and an ambassador for Verilife, a multi-state retailer owned by Chicago-based Pharma Cann.
The Florida State Athletic Commission removed cannabis from their list of banned substances on May 4, following the UFC which eliminated penalties for positive pot tests in January. MMA stoner Nate Diaz is especially happy.
Australia's bad boy of swimming has been arrested again. On February 16, Scott Miller was busted in Sydney and charged with distributing meth. The swimmer won a silver medal at the 1996 Olympics.
NFL players are at the forefront of the medical-cannabis movement in sports. Some have started their own CBD brands while others have invested in companies or been hired as ambassadors. Here are nine.
The UFC is no longer testing athletes for cannabinoids. Now MMA fighter Nick Diaz can smoke weed in peace.