The Australian Olympic cyclist has been found guilty of trading hundreds of ecstasy pills

The Australian world champion and Olympic cyclist, 29, is found guilty of trading hundreds of ecstasy tablets and can go to jail

  • Jack Bobridge was found guilty of trading ecstasy in 2017
  • Bobridge was known to use cocaine and ecstasy during his cycling career
  • Bobridge is said to have supplied a former cyclist with drugs that they subsequently sold

A world cyclist champion could go to jail if he is convicted of trading hundreds of ecstasy pills.

South Australian professional cyclist Jack Bobridge (29) was found guilty on Friday of delivering drugs to the court of Western Australia.

Bobridge admitted in his court case that during his cycling career he had developed a drug addiction by using cocaine and ecstasy to help the pain of his rheumatoid arthritis.

Bobridge (photo) admitted to using cocaine and ecstasy during his professional cycling career

Bobridge (photo) admitted to using cocaine and ecstasy during his professional cycling career

The silver medalist of the Rio Olympics 2016 was accused of delivering hundreds of ecstasy tablets to ex-cyclist Alex McGregor on four different occasions in Perth, 2017.

McGregor was caught selling 50 pills of ecstasy to a secret agent in July 2017, and claimed the drugs were supplied by Bobridge.

Bobridge did not plead guilty to four counts of delivering MDMA, but was found guilty of all charges.

The cyclist denied selling drugs and claimed that McGregor was the one who delivered the ecstasy.

The couple allegedly exchanged the drugs in a Bobridge fitness studio and his home in Perth.

McGregor claimed that Bobridge would deliver the drugs and he would then sell them at nightclubs in Perth

McGregor told the court that she & # 39; bike talk & # 39; would use as a type of code language when discussing the drugs.

Bobridge returns to court in July to receive his sentence.

Jack Bobridge (photo second from left) was found guilty of trading ecstasy in 2017

Jack Bobridge (photo second from left) was found guilty of trading ecstasy in 2017

Jack Bobridge (photo second from left) was found guilty of trading ecstasy in 2017

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