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Flavie Dokken

Colorado-based competitive ultramarathoner

Wana Recreational Tarts

she is sponsored by Wana Brands, a cannabis company that produces cannabis-infused products. 

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Eric Rice

Retired professional baseball player

Eric is CEO of Quanta, an applied science company, focused on enhancing energy levels in plant matter, including hemp and cannabis, to increase performance within the human body. 

https://quantacbd.com/

Paul Pierce

Retired NBA All-Star, NBC Champion

Paul Pierce launched his own CBD line called ‘The Truth’Pierce’s “The Truth” line and aforementioned vaporizer, Vesper, will be sold exclusively on Eaze Wellness, an online CBD marketplace that ships to customers over 21 years old in 42 states and Washington, D.C.

Retired NFL player (7years)

Advocate for cannabis, In March 2016, Monroe became the first active National Football League (NFL) player to openly advocate for cannabis use to treat sports-related injury and chronic pain. http://eugenemonroe.com/

Eugene Monroe

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Canadian mixed martial arts fighter

Elias Michael Theodorou is a Canadian mixed martial artist of Greek descent. He competed for the UFC in the Middleweight division and won The Ultimate Fighter Nations: Canada vs. Australia.  Cannabis Act, which prohibits athletes from being sponsored by cannabis companies.

Elias Theodorou

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Professional Snowboarder

Sponsored by Tokyo Starfish, Warbington sends the company videos and photos throughout the winter. He also wears their T-shirts and hoodies and markets them to snowboarding fans on his social media.

Nora Beck

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Hall of Fame, Super Bowl Champion

Montana is part of a $75 million investment in the cannabis brand Caliva. Montana’s involvement was through his venture capital firm, but he said he was investing in an industry he thinks “can provide relief to many people and can make a serious impact on opioid use or addiction.”

Joe Montana

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12 seasons in the National Football League 

The athlete perhaps most associated with cannabis finally turned his advocacy into business action. Last year, Ricky Williams founded Real Wellness brand, a line of products that infuses cannabis with holistic and Eastern medicinal practices.

Ricky Williams

Retired NFL player "Megatron"

Former wide receiver Calvin Johnson and former guard Rob Sims Jr. expand their brand Primitive in this new venture.

 

http://www.primitivgroup.com/

Calvin Johnson

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16 seasons in the National Basketball Association

Al Harrington

The Indianapolis Star called Al Harrington a “marijuana tycoon.” Why? Well because of his Viola brand, a vertically integrated cannabis company named after Harrington’s grandma. According to the Star, Harrington is about to raise funding for a $100 million valuation.

First player in NBA history to win championships with three franchises

John Salley

In 2019, along with his daughter Tyla, Salley launched Deuces 22, a cannabis brand that focuses on selling high-quality cannabis while focusing on health and wellness. Tyla, is the CEO and president.

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Carmouche, aka the “Girl-illa” MMA

Liz Carmouche

She’s currently partnered with the hemp oil company, HempMeds. she is also a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps and the first openly gay female to compete inside the famous cage. She uses CBD to heal faster and to train harder.

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Landis is a former road racing cyclist, winner  2006 Tour De France

Floyd Landis

He founded Floyd’s of Leadville, a company that produces CBD products intended to ease pain and inflammation. “For years I relied on opioid pain relievers to treat my hip pain. With cannabis, I find that I can manage my pain and have a better quality of life. We need to give people a safer alternative.”

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MMA fighters 

The Diaz Brothers

The MMA fighters are unabashed cannabis users – and have been for a least a decade. They’ve built several partnerships, and launched GameUp, a CBD-infused, plant-based super nutrition company.

Retired NFL player as a tight end from 2002-2009.

Nate Jackson

He co-hosts the “Caveman Poet Society Podcast” (formally the “Mindful Warrior Podcast”). He’s a member of Athletes for CARE,  Jackson is outspoken about the benefits of cannabis for athletes, and for veterans. 

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Personal Trainer

Greg Horn

Horton is the founder of The Casual Athlete, based in Ontario, Canada. “I cannot underline enough the usefulness of cannabis to help otherwise severely disabled persons… be able,” The personal trainer provides fitness solutions for people of all abilities.

Ultramarathoner

Avery Collins

Collins is sponsored by The Farm Marijuana Dispensary. Collins is the only endurance runner that’s sponsored by a cannabis company. He runs in competitions that range from 50-200 miles per day.  

The former NBA all-star played 18 seasons

Cliff Robinson

He is also the founder of Uncle Spliffy, and he is a member of the Coalition to Regulate Marijuana in Connecticut. Robinson is dedicated to raising awareness of the racial injustice and disparities created by the War on Drugs. He regularly lobbies in favor of cannabis legalization.

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Tennis Hall of Famer

Julie Anthone

Dr. Julie Anthony is a ITA Hall of Famer. She played for Stanford, and helped establish World Team Tennis in 1974. She earned a doctorate in clinical psychology.Anthony nows works as a sports psychologist. She is a member of Athletes for Care and is an advocate for cannabis.

Retired NFL player

Kyle Turley

The former pro football player spent eight years as an offensive lineman and helped found Neuro XPF, a hemp-derived cannabis supplement. Turley stated that Cannabis saved his life; Turley continues to raise awareness about the medicinal value of cannabis . 

The former distance runner

Katina Morales

Katina Morales is the owner and creator of Betty Khronic, a line of vegan energy bars. She now helps other athletes incorporate cannabis into their healthy lifestyle through her line of infused energy bars.

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Tennis Hall of Famer

Julie Anthone

Dr. Julie Anthony is a ITA Hall of Famer. She played for Stanford, and helped establish World Team Tennis in 1974. She earned a doctorate in clinical psychology.Anthony nows works as a sports psychologist. She is a member of Athletes for Care and is an advocate for cannabis.

Singer and former fly-flisher, and extreme snowboarder.

Greta Gaines

She became the first female champion snowboarder, and the only woman to compete in the World Extreme Snowboarding Championship in 1992. Gaines founded The Hempery, a hemp-based skin care line. She is also an active member of Women Grow.

The former distance runner

Katina Morales

Katina Morales is the owner and creator of Betty Khronic, a line of vegan energy bars. She now helps other athletes incorporate cannabis into their healthy lifestyle through her line of infused energy bars.