The rules on the use of cannabis by athletes should be reviewed, World Athletics President Sebastian Coe said on Tuesday, after rising track and field star Sha'Carri Richardson will miss the Tokyo Games following a positive test for the substance. The sprinter, aiming to become the first American in 25 years to win the women's 100m Olympic title after Marion Jones was stripped of the 2000 gold, tested positive for cannabis last month at the U.S. Olympic Track & Field trials after streaking to victory in the 100m. She was hit with a one-month ban and had her trials results annulled, ruling her out of the Tokyo Games.
Fernando Tatis Jr. has quite the flair for big home runs. Fans of the San Diego Padres have come to expect nothing less from the young superstar, including his signature bat flip and stutter-step rounding third base. Tatis’ monster 440-foot, two-run homer gave the Padres the boost they needed to rally past the Oakland Athletics 7-4 on Tuesday night.