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Professional Motocross Racer, X Games Champion, Legend and Cannabis Advocate Tarah Gieger is speaking about her Cannabis routine and the role it’s playing in her life.

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In 2003, Tarah Gieger began racing professionally, winning the Loretta Lynn Ama Amateur National Motocross Championship in 2004 and again back-to-back in 2006’07. Continuing her pursuit to break history, she became the first female racer to compete in the Motocrossdes Nations, winning the first women’s Supercross events at the X Games in ‘08.

Today she is advocating for Cannabis, using her platform to amplify the movement, break the stigma and change the sports cannabis conversation.

“No matter where I go, my gummies, topicals, and tinctures are never out of arm’s reach. I use tinctures in my coffee, gummies during the day for a pick me up, and topicals after track and gym days.”

-Tarah Gieger / CBDMD Athlete Ambassador

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