2 Japanese snowboarders suspended for marijuana use

TOKYO (AP) — The Ski Association of Japan has indefinitely suspended two teenage snowboarders after they were found to have used marijuana on a tour to the United States in December.

According to Kyodo news, Fumikazu Hagiwara, the head of the SAJ’s snowboarding department, resigned Wednesday over the incident.

One of the teenagers admitted to smoking marijuana at a party in Colorado, where cannabis is legal for recreational purposes if you are 21. The other has denied using the…

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