Olympic silver medallist kayaker Nathan Baggaley has faced Brisbane Magistrates Court this morning on drug-related charges dating back to 2007.
He surrendered today to police on an outstanding warrant, less than one month after being released from prison.
He will return to New South Wales this afternoon and is due to face court again next year.
Baggaley faces two charges related to possessing ecstasy and a pill press on February 2, 2007 at Mermaid Waters.
The 36-year-old will live at Nelson Bay and is due to face a New South Wales court again on January 9.
In 2009, Baggaley was sentenced to nine years in prison after pleading guilty to manufacturing ecstasy and supplying more than 1500 tablets.
He was released from a New South Wales prison on parole in late November this year, after serving two years of his sentence.
His brother Dru, who also pleaded guilty to the manufacture and supply of the drug, remains in jail.
Baggaley was a triple K1 500m world champion and a double silver medallist at the Athens Olympics in 2004.