Martine Albert

Martine Albert ( born September 17, 1973 in Rimouski ) is a former Canadian biathlete.

Martine Albert operates biathlon since 1993. It is one of the few Canadian biathletes who could penetrate into the advanced world class. Her debut in the Biathlon World Cup celebrated in 1994 in Hinton as 33 in singles. In 1995, she started in Antholz first time at Biathlon World Championships. By 2005, she participated in seven World Championships, their best finish was a 23rd place in the pursuit of Pokljuka. The only Olympic Winter Games where Albert attended, were the 2006 Games in Turin. Her first World Cup points they erlief 1997 as the 19th in the individual of Nagano. Your best result achieved the good shot one year later than the 13th turn in a single Pokljuka.

Biathlon World Cup rankings

The table shows all placements (depending on the year, including hosting the Olympic Games and World Championships ).


  • Martine Albert in the database of IBU (English)
  • Biathlete (Canada)
  • Olympian (Canada)
  • Canadian biathlete of the year
  • Born in 1973
  • Woman