Jack Bobridge found guilty of drug dealing after supplying hundreds of ecstasy pills

The Australian was bailed after being found guilty on four charges and will be sentenced in July

Jack Bobridge on stage one of the 2016 Tour Down Under (Morne De Klerk/Getty Images)

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Olympic champion Jack Bobridge has been found guilty on four counts of drug dealing charges, after supplying hundreds of ecstasy pills using "cycling code" to another former pro in the year after he retired from the sport.

The 29-year-old has been granted bail so he can "get his affairs in order" and a psychiatric report can be prepared before his sentencing on July 5. The judge told Bobridge that being granted bail didn't mean he would not serve a jail sentence.

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