Mis Latvija

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Mis Latvija
Formation 1988
Type Beauty Pageant
Headquarters Riga
Miss World
Miss Earth
Miss International
Official language
National Director
Inta Fogele
Website Official website

Mis Latvia (Miss World Latvia) is a national beauty pageant that selects the Latvian representative to the Miss World pageant.


Agency Mis Latvija is the only official organization entitled to organize the National beauty contests Miss and Mister Latvia. The pageant has been a success already for more than 25 years in Latvia.

Agency's sole owner and founder is Ms. Inta Fogele who has been organising Miss Latvia since 1988. She has received awards for achievements in promoting cultural ties on two occasions between Latvia and Ukraine and Latvia and Malta, and acknowledged as one of the best directors of the National beauty contests in the world.

The government of Latvia supports the agency by financing the licenses to Miss and Mister World contests as a way of promoting image of the country in the world.[1]


Color key
  •      Declared as Winner
  •      Ended as runner-up
  •      Ended as one of the finalists or semifinalists

The winner of Mis Latvija represents her country at Miss World. On occasion, when the winner does not qualify (due to age) for either contest, a runner-up is sent.

Year Mis Latvija Placement
Hong Kong 1989 Ina Magone Unplaced
United Kingdom 1990 Velga Braznevica Unplaced
United States 1991 Inese Slesere Unplaced
South Africa 1992 Zane Valicka Unplaced
South Africa 1993 Sigita Rude Unplaced
South Africa 1994 Daina Tobija Unplaced
South Africa 1995 Ieva Melina Unplaced
India 1996 Anta Dukure Unplaced
Seychelles 1997 Liga Graudumniece Unplaced
United Kingdom 1999 Evija Rucevska Unplaced
South Africa 2001 Dina Kalandarova Unplaced
United Kingdom 2002 Baiba Svarca Unplaced
China 2003 Irina Askolska Unplaced
China 2004 Agnese Eiduka Unplaced
China 2005 Valerija Sevcuka Unplaced
Poland 2006 Liga Meinarte Unplaced
China 2007 Kristina Djadenko Unplaced
South Africa 2008 Ina Avlasevica Unplaced
South Africa 2009 Ieva Lase Unplaced
China 2010 Ludmila Voroncova Unplaced
United Kingdom 2011 Alise Miskovska Unplaced
China 2012 Anastasiya Skibunova Unplaced
Indonesia 2013 Eva Dombrovska Unplaced
United Kingdom 2014 Liliana Garkalne Unplaced
Indonesia 2015 Lāsma Zemene TBA

Miss International Latvia[edit]

Latvia debut in 1998. Sometimes the Runner-up will be competing at Miss International pageant. Latvian representatives at the pageant traditionally will be picking by Mis Latvija contestants in every year to represent Latvia. Latvia did not compete in 2000, 2002-2003, 2005-2006 and 2013.

Year Miss International Latvia Placement
Japan 1998 Liga Graudumniece Unplaced
Japan 1999 Agnese Keisha Unplaced
Japan 2001 Laura Viskna Unplaced
China 2004 Jelena Keirane Top 10
Japan 2007 Laura Fogele Unplaced
Macau 2008 Kristina Djadenko Unplaced
China 2009 Anda Pudule Unplaced
China 2010 Annija Alvatere Unplaced
China 2011 Lelde Paulsone Top 15
Japan 2012 Kristina Viluma Unplaced

Miss Supranational Latvia[edit]

Latvia debut in 2009. Miss Supranational Latvia candidate will be selecting by Mis Latvija contest. Sometime the official candidate will be hand picking by another organization especially in 2013. Latvia did not compete in 2012.

Year Miss Supranational Latvia Placement
Poland 2009 Anastasija Begeba Unplaced
Poland 2010 Annija Alvatere Unplaced
Poland 2011 Eva Caune Top 20
Belarus 2013 Diana Kubasova Top 20

Miss Earth Latvia[edit]

Latvia debut in 2001. Miss Earth Latvia will be selecting by Miss Earth casting in Riga. Latvia did not compete in 2002-2004, 2006, 2012-2013.

Year Miss Earth Latvia Placement
Philippines 2001 Jelena Keirane Top 16
Philippines 2005 Nora Reinholde Unplaced
Philippines 2007 Ilze Jankovska Unplaced
Philippines 2008 Anita Baltruna Unplaced
Philippines 2009 Diana Kubasova Unplaced
Vietnam 2010 Eva Caune Unplaced
Philippines 2011 Sanda Mezecka Unplaced
Philippines 2014 Alise Feldmane Unplaced


  1. ^ "News archive:1988". About Mis Latvija. Retrieved 1988. 

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