Should the PDGA and DGPT start drug testing players?
December 4, 2020 by Charlie Eisenhood in Opinion with 0 comments
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Q: Austin Hannum started a controversy last week when he posted on Twitter that the DGPT and PDGA should begin drug testing players. Ricky Wysocki agreed, though he said that there shouldn’t be testing for marijuana use. Catrina Allen also came out in support of drug testing.
Should drug testing become a part of competitive disc golf, the way that it is a part of many other professional sports?
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