Martine Wiltshire, known as Martine Wright, is a British sitting volleyball player.
Wright lost both of her legs in the Aldgate underground explosion in the 7/7 London bombings in 2005. She lost 80% of the blood in her body and was in a coma for ten days and had to undergo ten months of surgery following the injury.
As part of her rehabilitation she played wheelchair tennis before focusing on sitting volleyball. Wright was an initial member of the Great Britain women's squad which began playing together in late 2009, making her debut at the 2010 Kent International tournament against Paralympic Champions, China. In July 2012 she was picked to represent Great Britain's women's sitting volleyball team at the sitting volleyball event in the 2012 Summer Paralympics.