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Marc Albert







Year Inducted


Sport Ambassador


Marc Albert



From that day in 1976 when he first watched Olympic volleyball on television, his dream was to play and compete at the international level. His career began at Caraquet’s Polyvalent Louis-Mailloux with interscholastic championships in 1978 and 1979. Two years later he moved to Calgary where he joined Canada’s National Junior team and, in due course, the Senior team, while serving on the local police force. In 1992 he represented Canada at the Olympic Games in Barcelona. He competed in more than thirty major international tournaments; ten times he was selected as an All-Star; and was chosen as Most Valuable Player at the pre-Olympic tournament. He now resides in Moncton where he serves as a part-time coach at his former university. Enrolled in the New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame, June 2nd, 2001

Quick Facts

  • Competed in volleyball 1976-1992 

  • Member of Canadian Junior team; Canadian Senior team and Canadian Olympic team (1988-92) 

  • Silver medal, Canadian Junior team at NORCECA (North & Central America & Caribbean) Championships, 1980 

  • Silver medal, Canadian senior team, NORCECA Championships, 1981 

  • Ranked 3rd in the World Volleyball League as an attacker, and 5th as a receiver, 1992 Received all-star recognition in 5 international competitions 

  • Named MVP in the Olympic qualifying tournament in 1992 

  • Named to All-Star team at Canadian Championships, 1983-87 

  • A starter for Team Canada at the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona

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