The 24-year-old won all three races, including the relay, at the fifth World Cup round in Ruhpolding last week but was in danger of missing out altogether in Antholz-Anterselva.
He finished sixth in the 10km sprint and then fourth in the 12.5km pursuit however there was to be no deny Fourcade his moment as he led the French relay team to victory.
Fourcade was actually the worst of the French athletes in the range, missing four targets, however they still won by ten seconds over Russia denying Anton Shipulin his own triple.
France clocked 1:13:26.0hours for their second successive win with Russia and Shipulin ten seconds back in second and Austria over a minute further behind to claim third.
The lead changed several times over the first two shoots with Shipulin and Russia in the lead at the first exchange before slipping to fourth as Czech Republic went in front at the halfway stage.
France and Russia then began their own private duel with Alexis Boeuf giving the former a narrow lead at the final exchange before Fourcade, despite shooting poorly, took them home.