Olena Zubrilova (Belarusian: Алена Зубрылава Alena Zubrylava, Ukrainian: Олена Миколаївна Зубрилова, Russian: Елена Николаевна Зубрилова; born 25 February 1973 in Shostka, Ukrainian SSR) is a Ukrainian born biathlete who has been competing for Belarus since 2002. Prior to that, she had competed for Ukraine from 1991 until she changed her citizenship to Belarus in 2002.
|2003 Khanty-Mansiysk||15 km individual|
|2005 Hochflizen||7.5 km sprint|
|2005 Hochflizen||4 × 6 km relay|
|1999 Kontiolahti||15 km individual|
|1999 Kontiolahti||10 km pursuit|
|1999 Kontiolahti||12.5 km mass start|
|2002 Oslo||12.5 km mass start|
|1996 Ruhpolding||7.5 km team event|
|1997 Brezno-Osrblie||15 km individual|
|1997 Brezno-Osrblie||7.5 km sprint|
|1997 Brezno-Osrblie||10 km pursuit|
|1996 Rupholding||4 × 7.5 km relay|
|1997 Brezno-Osrblie||Team event|
|1999 Kontiolahti||7.5 km sprint|
|2000 Oslo||4 × 7.5 km relay|
|2001 Pokljuka||15 km individual|
|2001 Pokljuka||4 × 7.5 km relay|
Zubrilova has won a total of seventeen Biathlon World Championships medals in her career, including four gold (pursuit, individual, and mass start: all 1999; and mass start: 2002), five silvers (individual: 1997, 2003; sprint: 1997; pursuit: 1997 and team event: 1996), and eight bronzes (relay: 1996, 2000, 2001, and 2005; sprint: 1999 and 2005; individual: 2001; and team event: 1997). She also competed in three Winter Olympics, her best individual finish was 5th in the 7.5 km at Turin in 2006.
Zubrilova as of 2006 also has the most victories at the Holmenkollen ski festival's biathlon event with five (1999: individual, sprint, pursuit, and mass start; 2002: pursuit). She also has 21 victories in her career.
A divorced mother of one, Zubrilova makes her living as a coach.