Delphyne Heymann-Burlet competed at three Olympics, winning a single medal, bronze in the 1994 biathlon relay at Lillehammer. Her next best Olympic finish was a sixth in the 15 km in 1992 at Albertville. Heymann-Burlet won three medals at the World Championships, winning gold in the team event in 1993, along with a relay silver in 1993, and a relay bronze in 1999. She was married to Andreas Heymann, a GDR and French biathlete who competed at the 1998 Winter Olympics, and won a biathlon bronze medal at the 1999 World Championships in the team event, although they later divorced. Heymann-Burlet was a 10-time French champion. At the World Cup she started in 160 events, winning two titles, one each in a relay and team event, with 15 podiums, four individual – two silvers and two bronzes. Her best seasonal World Cup finish was sixth in 1992-93.
|Games||Discipline (Sport) / Event||NOC / Team||Pos||Medal||As|
|1992 Winter Olympics||Biathlon||FRA||Delphyne Burlet|
|7.5 kilometres Sprint, Women (Olympic)||9|
|15 kilometres, Women (Olympic)||6|
|1994 Winter Olympics||Biathlon||FRA||Delphyne Heymann-Burlet|
|15 kilometres, Women (Olympic)||11|
|4 × 7.5 kilometres Relay, Women (Olympic)||France||3||Bronze|
|2002 Winter Olympics||Biathlon||FRA||Delphyne Burlet|
|7.5 kilometres Sprint, Women (Olympic)||23|
|10 kilometres Pursuit, Women (Olympic)||33|
|15 kilometres, Women (Olympic)||26|
|4 × 7.5 kilometres Relay, Women (Olympic)||France||9|
Name also seen as Delphine, but Martin Frank has two autographs showing the spelling of her name as "Delphyne."