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Subject: The History of Miss World & The Winners 1951 to 2007


Author:
Beautiful (happy)
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Date Posted: 09:55:07 06/20/08 Fri


Complete History of Miss World


All Miss World Contestants 51 to Present


Winners and Finalists


Year Miss World Country 1st Runner Up

2007


Zi Lin Zhang
China Micaela Reis (Angola)

2006

Tatana Kucharova
Czech Republic Joana Valentina Boitor (Romania)

2005

Unnur Birna Vilhjalmsdottir
Iceland Dafne Molina Lona (Mexico)

2004

Maria Julia Mantilla Garcia
Peru Claudia Julissa Cruz Rodriguez (Dominican Republic)

2003

Rosanna Davison
Ireland Nazanin Afshin-Jam (Canada)

2002

Azra Akin
Turkey Natalia Peralta Castro (Columbia)

2001

Agbani Asenite Darego
Nigeria Zerelda Candice Wai-yen Lee (Aruba)

2000

Priyanka Chopra
India Giorgia Palmas (Italy)

1999

Yukta Mookhey
India Martina Thorogood Heemsen (Venezuela)

1998

Linor Abargil
Israel Veronique Caloc (France)

1997

Diana Hayden
India Lauralee Martinovich (New Zealand)

1996

Irene Skliva
Greece Carolina Arango Corrales (Columbia)

1995

Jacqueline Maria Aguilera Marcano
Venezuela Anica Martinovic (Croatia)

1994

Aishwarya Rai
India Basetsane Julia Makgalemele (South Africa)

1993

Lisa Hanna
Jamaica Palesa Jacqueline Mofokeng (South Africa)

1992

Julia Alexandrovna Kourotchkina
Russia Claire Elizabeth Smith (United Kingdom)

1991

Ninbeth Beatriz Leal Rodriguez
Venezuela Leanne Buckle (Australia)

1990

Gina Marie Tolleson
United States Siobhan McClafferty (Ireland)

1989

Aneta Beata Kreglicka
Poland Leanne Caputo (Canada)

1988

Linda Petursdottir
Iceland Yeon-hee Choi (Korea)

1987

Ulla Weigerstorfer
Austria Albani Josefina Lozada Jimenez (Venezuela)

1986

Giselle Jeanne-Marie Laronde
Trinidad & Tobago Pia Rosenberg Larsen (Denmark)

1985

Holmfriour Karlsdottir
Iceland Mandy Adele Shires (United Kingdom)

1984

Astrid Carolina Herrera Irrazabal
Venezuela Constance Ellen Fitzpatrick (Canada)

1983

Sarah-Jane Hutt
United Kingdom Rocio Isabel Luna Florez (Columbia)

1982

Mariasela Alvarez Lebron
Dominican Republic Sari Kaarina Aspholm (Finland)

1981

Carmen Josefina Leon Crespo
Venezuela Nini Johanna Soto Gonzalez (Columbia)

1980

Gabriela Brum
Germany Kimberly Santos (Guam)

1979

Gina Ann Cassandra Swainson
Bermuda Carolyn Ann Seaward (United Kingdom)

1978

Silvana Rosa Suarez Clarence
Argentina Ossie Margareta Carlsson (Sweden)

1977

Mary Ann Catrin Stavin
Sweden Ineke Berends (Holland)

1976

Cynthia Jane Breakspeare
Jamaica Karen Jo Pini (Australia)

1975

Wilnelia Merced
Puerto Rico Marina Langner (Germany)

1974

Anneline Kriel
South Africa

1973

Marjorie Wallace
United States Evangeline Pascual (Philippines)

1972

Belinda Green
Australia Ingeborg Sorenson (Norway)

1971

Lucia Petterle
Brazil Marilyn Ann Ward (United Kingdom)

1970

Jennifer Josephine Hoste
Grenada Pearl Jansen (South Africa)

1969

Eva Von Rueber Staier
Austria Gail Renshaw (United States)

1968

Penelope Plummer
Australia Kathleen Winstanley (United Kingdom)

1967

Madeline Hartog Bell
Peru Maria Sabaliaiskas (Argentina)

1966

Reita Faria
India Nikica Marionovic (Yugoslavia)

1965

Lesley Langley
United Kingdom Diana Lynn Batts (United States)

1964

Ann Sydney
United Kingdom Ann Maria Soria (Argentina)

1963

Carole Joan Crawford
Jamaica Elainse Miscall (New Zealand)

1962

Catharina Lodders
Holland Kaarina Leskinen (Finland)

1961

Rosemarie Frankland
United Kingdom Grace Li (China)

1960

Norma Gladys Cappagli
Argentina Gola Golan (Israel)

1959

Corine Rottschafer
Netherlands Maria Elana Rossell (Peru)

1958

Penelope Anne Coelen
South Africa Claudine Olger (France)

1957

Marita Lindahl
Finland Lilian Madsen (Denmark)

1956

Petra Schurmann
Germany Betty Lane Cherry (United States)

1955

Carmen Susana Duijim Zubillaga
Venezuela Margaret Nanne Haywood (United States)

1954

Antigone Costanda
Egypt Karin Hultman (United States)

1953

Denise Perrier
France Alexandra Ladikou (Greece)

1952

May-Louise Flodin
Sweden Nicole Drouin (France)

1951

Kiki Haakonson
Sweden Laura Ellison-Davies (United Kingdom)

The Miss World pageant is an international beauty pageant created in the United Kingdom by Eric Morley in 1951. Currently, Morley's wife, Julia Morley, co-chairs the pageant .

Miss World is oldest surviving major international pageant. The telecast of the final competition is the world's largest live annual beauty pageant television event with global viewers in more than 200 countries .

The winner spends a year travelling to represent the Miss World Organization and its various causes. Traditionally, Miss World lives in London during her reign. The current Miss World is Zhang Zilin of China.

Miss World started as the Festival Bikini Contest, in honor of the recently introduced swim wear of the time, but was called "Miss World" by the press. It was originally planned as a one-off event. Upon learning about the upcoming Miss Universe pageant, Morley decided to make the pageant an annual event

Last edited by author: Sun June 22, 2008 00:35:53   Edited 3 times.


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