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Sunday 22, Apr 2012

  Steroids bust for jailed Olympian

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Nathan Baggaley, the disgraced Australian Olympic medalist, has been charged with possessing steroids in jail.

The Olympian was already serving a nine-year jail term with a non-parole period of five years for dealing in ecstasy.

The Australian Sports Anti-Doping Agency busted Baggaley for anabolic steroid use in 2005.

Tuesday 31, May 2011

  One more month in jail for Baggaley

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One more month in jail for BaggaleyThe Olympic kayaker, Nathan Baggaley, who is serving a lengthy prison term for dealing in ecstasy, had a month added to his sentence yesterday for possessing steroids in jail.

The 35-year-old was arrested at his kayak factory in the town’s industrial estate in 2007.

Baggaley pleaded guilty to the sale and distribution of 1509 ecstasy tablets.

Monday 28, Feb 2011

  Disgraced Olympian charged with possessing steroids

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Disgraced Olympian charged with possessing steroids Nathan Baggaley, the disgraced Australian Olympic medalist, has been charged with possessing steroids in jail. The Olympic medalist was already serving a nine-year jail term with a non-parole period of five years for dealing in ecstasy.

The three-time kayaking world champion and double Olympic silver medalist was charged with “possession of a prescribed restricted substance (steroids)” while serving his time in Cessnock Correctional Centre.

Baggaley has subsequently been moved to Silverwater Metropolitan Remand and Reception Centre and will appear in Cessnock court on July 21.

Tuesday 25, Jan 2011

  Nathan Baggaley charged with steroid possession in jail

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Nathan Baggaley charged with steroid possession in jailNathan Baggaley, the disgraced Australian Olympic medalist, has been charged with possessing steroids in jail.

Baggaley was already serving a nine-year jail term with a non-parole period of five years for dealing in ecstasy.

The Australian Sports Anti-Doping Agency busted the Olympic medalist for anabolic steroid use in 2005 and imposed an international two-year ban on him.