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A former Olyroos cyclist has been charged with a string of alleged drug dealing offences.

Patrick Bobridge, who won a bronze medal in his second season in the Olympic Games, pleaded guilty to possession of cannabis with intent to supply on October 7 in connection with offences including cannabis in a public place and drug trafficking.

The 20-year-old from Glenroy, Co Meath, was released on bail after he failed to appear at his court hearing in Ballina this morning.

He was ordered to report on Wednesday for a drug test and has been remanded in custody until a hearing in Cork later today.

Judge Catherine Corley, adjourned proceedings and ordered that bail for Bobridge be increased until 20 November.

It is understood he was arrested on an unrelated drug-related charge on the night of August 20, 2015 in the Glenroy area of town.

His offence was the subject of an appeal to the High Court by former Olympian Mike Keane who was sentenced to 15 months in prison in May 2016 for trafficking drugs in a public place.

The Irishman appealed his sentence after claiming that when he was arrested on his own property for possessing cannabis the police officer did not believe it was legal.

The appeal decision was struck down in July by Mr Justice Michael O'Connor who said Mr Keanejarvees.com did not show the officer an amount "in excess of the amount a reasonable person would believe to be available to him for cannabis", but it did not바카라사이트 come into play when he was arrested for possession.

Earlier this month Bobridge appeared at Belfast District Court on the charge of drug trafficking and was released from custody on December 16.

The charge carries a maximum sentence of two years' imprisonment. He will have to report regularly to gardaí on how he is using his drug dependency treatment.

Bobridge had been under surveillance since the day after the drug bust. He was kept unde

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