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Martin Fourcade



Comme Martin Fourcade, partagez nos valeurs coopératives



last champion race for Martin Fourcade



Les plus grosses attaques de Martin Fourcade (Biathlon)



Relive Martin Fourcade's three gold medals in Pyeongchang



Fourcade wins his final World Cup competition



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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