Martin Fourcade,

Ambassador of Entremont Cheese

Martin Fourcade, Ambassador of Entremont Cheese
Shared cooperative values

Most of all, Entremont is about men and women who are honest, humble, and close to the earth, nature, and the mountains. It is also about hard work, solidarity, cooperation, perseverance, and sometimes sacrifices, to meet new challenges and achieve the best results. It is no wonder then that Entremont is recognised in the eyes of a great champion like Martin Fourcade who is a genuine, sincere, and tenacious sportsman who has been rewarded by a career that is already extraordinary. These common values could only encourage Martin and Entremont to team up to win new trophies!

Entremont soutient Martin Froucade

Martin Fourcade,
passionate sportsman and genuine champion

Born in Font Romeu in the Catalan Pyrenees, Martin first love is the mountains, including its nature and its sports. Following in the footsteps of his older brother, Simon, Martin naturally and resolutely embarked on the Biathlon adventure which was very quickly a success for him. Thanks to his boundless dedication, strength of character, and unwavering passion, Martin soon became the great champion with the impressive track record that we know!

He has been close to his fans since his first wins. He shares his story with them on social networks and is currently preparing the release of his first book, Mon rêve d’Or et de neige (My Dream of Gold and Snow). On the performance side, Martin is aiming for a seventh consecutive gold medal at the Grand-Bornand World Cup and will be the French team's flag-bearer at the 2018 Olympic Games in PyeongChang.

This is a source of great pride for Entremont which will be accompanying its champion during this very exciting time !


2 gold medals, Sotchi 2014

2 silver medals, Vancouver 2010 / Sotchi 2014

The most successful French athlete at the Winter Olympics


10 non-team gold medals

4 non-team silver medals

2 non-team bronze medals

9 team medals [Gold, Silver, Bronze]

Coupe du Monde

6 consecutive world cup titles [2012 - 2017]

63 individual titles

115 individual podiums