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Martin Fourcade

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Comme Martin Fourcade, partagez nos valeurs coopératives

 

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last champion race for Martin Fourcade

 

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Les plus grosses attaques de Martin Fourcade (Biathlon)

 

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Relive Martin Fourcade's three gold medals in Pyeongchang

 

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Fourcade wins his final World Cup competition

 

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Je ne pouvais pas rêver mieux @nordicfestival https://t.co/Kqv4BPxYJy

 

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À demain ⏰ @nordicfestival 😜 https://t.co/HbAWhPAGNO

 

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Martin Fourcade is a French biathlete and Sous-lieutenant. He is a five-time Olympic champion, an eleven-time World Champion and a seven-time winner of the Overall World Cup. As of February 2018, he is the most successful French Olympian of all-time. The undisputed king of biathlon in 2010s, Fourcade is the all-time biathlon record holder of overall World Cup titles with seven big crystal globes and he’s also the all-time record holder of the most consecutive Major Championships titles with at least one non-team gold medal in all the last eight Championships.
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  • Personal 

  • 2009–10 season: First wins and first discipline World Cup title, Olympic silver 

  • 2010–11 season: First World Championship title, first overall World Cup podium 

  • 2011–12 season: First overall World Cup title, three World Championships golds 

  • 2012–13 season: Overwhelming overall World Cup title, a World Championship gold and five medals 

  • 2013–14 season: Olympic golds and a silver, third overall World Cup title in a row 

  • 2014–15 season: Historic fourth overall World Cup title in a row, a World Championship gold and medals 

  • 2015–16 season: Overall World Cup title and all of the discipline titles, World Championship success 

  • 2016–17 season: Sixth overall World Cup title in a row, a World Championship gold and medals 

  • 2017–18 season: Olympic glory, all-time overall World Cup record 

  • Achievements 

  • Biathlon results