List of Miss International titleholders

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The following is a list of women who have won the Miss International title.

Miss International titleholders[edit]

Year Represented Titleholder Location Finals Venue Pageant date[1] № of delegates[2]
1960  Colombia Stella Márquez Long Beach, California, USA Municipal Auditorium Aug. 12 52
1961  Netherlands Stam van Baer Long Beach, California, USA Municipal Auditorium July 28 52
1962  Australia Tania Verstak Long Beach, California, USA Municipal Auditorium Aug. 18 50
1963  Iceland Guðrún Bjarnadóttir Long Beach, California, USA Municipal Auditorium Aug. 16 46
1964  Philippines Gemma Teresa Cruz Long Beach, California, USA Municipal Auditorium Aug. 14 42
1965  Germany Ingrid Finger[a] Long Beach, California, USA Municipal Auditorium Aug. 13 44
1967  Argentina Mirta Teresita Massa Long Beach, California, USA Municipal Auditorium Apr. 29 46
1968  Brazil Maria da Glória Carvalho Tokyo, Japan Nippon Budokan Hall Oct. 9 49
1969  UK Valerie Susan Holmes Tokyo, Japan Nippon Budokan Hall Sep. 13 48
1970  Philippines Aurora Pijuan Osaka, Japan Exposition Hall Fairgrounds May 16 47
1971  New Zealand Jane Cheryl Hansen Long Beach, California, USA Municipal Auditorium May 26 50
1972  UK Linda Hooks Tokyo, Japan Nippon Budokan Hall Oct. 6 47
1973  Finland Anneli Björkling Osaka, Japan Exposition Hall Fairgrounds Oct. 13 47
1974  USA Karen Brucene Smith Tokyo, Japan Nippon Budokan Hall Oct. 9 45
1975  Yugoslavia Lidija Manić Motobu, Japan Okinawa's Expo Portside Theater Nov. 3 48
1976  France Sophie Perin Tokyo, Japan Imperial Garden Theater July 2 45
1977  Spain Pilar Medina Tokyo, Japan Imperial Garden Theater July 1 48
1978  USA Katherine Patricia Ruth Tokyo, Japan Mielparque Nov. 10 43
1979  Philippines Mimilanie Marquez Tokyo, Japan Mielparque Nov. 12 43
1980  Costa Rica Lorna Chávez Tokyo, Japan Mielparque Nov. 4 42
1981  Australia Jenny Annette Derek Kobe, Japan  ? Sep. 6 42
1982  USA Christie Ellen Claridge Fukuoka, Japan  ? Oct. 13 43
1983  Costa Rica Gidget Sandoval Osaka, Japan Tsukuba's Expo Plaza Oct. 10 41
1984  Guatemala Ilma Urrutia Yokohama, Japan Kanagawa Prefectural Civic Hall Oct. 30 46
1985  Venezuela Nina Sicilia Hernandez Osaka, Japan Tsukuba's Expo Plaza Sep. 15 43
1986  England Helen Fairbrother Nagasaki, Japan Holland Village Aug. 31 46
1987  Puerto Rico Laurie Tamara Simpson Tokyo, Japan Nippon Seinenkan Sep. 13 47
1988  Norway Catherine Alexandra Gude Gifu, Japan  ? June 17 46
1989  Germany Iris Klein Kanazawa, Japan Kanazawa Kagekiza Sep. 17 47
1990  Spain Silvia de Esteban Osaka, Japan Hattori Ryokuchi Park Sep. 16 50
1991  Poland Agnieszka Kotlarska[b] Tokyo, Japan  ? Oct. 13 51
1992  Australia Kirsten Davidson Nagasaki, Japan  ? Oct. 19 50
1993  Poland Agnieszka Pachałko Tokyo, Japan  ? Oct. 9 47
1994  Greece Christina Lekka Kansai, Japan Sun Arena Sep. 4 50
1995  Norway Anne Lena Hansen Tokyo, Japan Sinjuyo Pension Hall, Nippon Seinenkan Sep. 10 47
1996  Portugal Fernanda Alves Kanazawa, Japan Kanazawa Kagekiza Oct. 26 48
1997  Venezuela Consuelo Adler Kyoto, Japan Kyoto Kaikan First Hall Sep. 20 42
1998  Panama Lía Victoria Borrero Gonzalez Tokyo, Japan Koseinenkin Hall Sep. 26 43
1999  Colombia Paulina Gálvez Tokyo, Japan Tokyo's U-Port Hall Dec. 14 51
2000  Venezuela Vivian Urdaneta Tokyo, Japan The Koseinenkin Hall Oct. 4 56
2001  Poland Małgorzata Rożniecka Tokyo, Japan Nakano Sun Plaza Oct. 4 52
2002  Lebanon Christina Sawaya Tokyo, Japan Century Hyatt Sep. 30 47
2003  Venezuela Goizeder Azúa Tokyo, Japan Radisson Miyako Hotel, Oct. 8 45
2004  Colombia Jeymmy Vargas Beijing, China Workers Indoor Arena Oct. 16 58
2005  Philippines Precious Lara Quigaman Tokyo, Japan Koseinenkin Hall Sept. 26 52
2006  Venezuela Daniela di Giacomo Xianghe, China World First City Nov. 11 53
2007  Mexico Priscila Perales Tokyo, Japan Hotel Prince Park Tower Oct. 15 61
2008  Spain Alejandra Andreu Macau The Venetian Macao Nov. 8 63
2009  Mexico Anagabriela Espinoza Chengdu, China Sichuan International Tennis Center Nov. 28 65
2010  Venezuela Elizabeth Mosquera Chengdu, China Sichuan Province Gymnasium Nov. 7 70
2011  Ecuador Fernanda Cornejo Chengdu, China Sichuan International Tennis Center Nov. 6 67
2012  Japan Ikumi Yoshimatsu Okinawa, Japan Okinawa Prefectural Budokan Arena Oct. 21 69
2013  Philippines Bea Rose Santiago Tokyo, Japan Shinagawa Prince Hotel Hall Dec. 17 67

Notes

  • a The in 1965 crowned Ingrid Finger remained Miss International until 1967 because of the cancellation of the 1966 pageant
  • b Now deceased

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Miss International coverage". Pageantopolis. Retrieved 2012-10-04. 
  2. ^ "Miss International coverage". Pageantopolis. Retrieved 2012-10-04. 


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