Miss Argentina

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Miss Argentina
Formation 1954
Type Beauty Pageant
Headquarters Buenos Aires
Membership Miss Universe
Official language Spanish
National Director Mirta Schuster[1]
Website missuniversodeargentina.com

Miss Argentina was an annual national beauty pageant that selects Argentina's representative to the Miss Universe pageant.


The Miss Argentina contest was the national beauty pageant of Argentina that has been held since 1954 . It was responsible for selecting the country's representatives to the Miss Universe, Miss World, and Miss International pageants. Currently there are 3 pageants, Miss Universo Argentina, Miss Mundo Argentina and Miss Argentina (Official) each with a different national director, that select the candidates to Miss Universe, Miss World and Miss Earth, respectively.


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

The winner of Miss Argentina will represent her country at Miss Universe. On occasion, when the winner does not qualify (due to age) for either contest, a runner-up is sent. As of 2006, Committee of Miss Argentina has created a separate pageant called "Miss Universo Argentina" to select its representative for Miss Universe.

Year Miss Argentina Placement
United States 1954 Ivana Olga Kislinger Top 16
United States 1955 Hilda Isabel Sarli Gorrindo Top 15
United States 1956 Ileana Carre Top 15
United States 1957 Mónica Lamas Top 15
United States 1958 Celina Mercedes Ayala Unplaced
United States 1959 Liana Cortijo Top 15
United States 1960 Rose Marie Lincke Unplaced
United States 1961 Adriana Gardiazabal 2nd Runner-up
United States 1962 Norma Nolan[2] Miss Universe 1962
United States 1963 Olga Galuzzi Top 15
United States 1964 María Amalia Ramírez Top 15
United States 1966 Elba Beatriz Baso Unplaced
United States 1967 Amanda Yolanda Scuffi Unplaced
United States 1968 María Del Carmen Jordan Unplaced
United States 1969 Lidia Esther Lepe Unplaced
United States 1970 Beatriz Martha Gross 4th Runner-up
United States 1971 María Del Carmen Vidal Unplaced
Puerto Rico 1972 Norma Elena Dudik Unplaced
Greece 1973 Susana Romero Top 12
Philippines 1974 Leonor Guggini Celmira Unplaced
El Salvador 1975 Rosa Del Valle Santillán Unplaced
Hong Kong 1976 Lilian Noemi Deasti Top 12
Dominican Republic 1977 Maritza Elizabeth Jurado Top 12
Mexico 1978 Delia Stella Maris Muñoz Unplaced
Australia 1979 Adriana Virginia Álvarez Top 12
South Korea 1980 Silvia Piedrabuena Unplaced
United States 1981 Susana Mabel Reynoso Unplaced
Peru 1982 María Alejandra Basile Unplaced
United States 1983 María Daniela Carara Unplaced
United States 1984 Leida Adar Unplaced
United States 1985 Yanina Castano Unplaced
Panama 1986 María De Los Ángeles Fernández Unplaced
Singapore 1987 Carolina Brachetti Unplaced
Taiwan 1988 Claudia Gabriela Peregra Unplaced
Mexico 1989 Luisa Norbis Unplaced
United States 1990 Paola De La Torre Unplaced
United States 1991 Verónica Honnorat Unplaced
Namibia 1992 Laura Rafael Unplaced
Mexico 1993 Alicia Andrea Ramón Unplaced
Philippines 1994 Solange Magnano Unplaced
United States 1996 Verónica Ledezma Unplaced
United States 1997 Nazarena Almada Unplaced
United States 1998 Marcela Brane Unplaced
Trinidad and Tobago 1999 Elena Fournier Unplaced
Cyprus 2000 Andrea Nicastri Unplaced
Puerto Rico 2001 Romina Incicco Unplaced
Panama 2003 Laura Romero Unplaced
United States 2006 Magali Romitelli Top 20
Mexico 2007 Daniella Stucan Unplaced
Vietnam 2008 Maria Silvana Belli Unplaced
The Bahamas 2009 Johanna Lasic[3] Unplaced
United States 2010 Yésica Di Vincenzo[4] Unplaced
Brazil 2011 Natalia Rodríguez Unplaced
United States 2012 Camila Solórzano Unplaced
Russia 2013 Brenda González Unplaced
United States 2014 Valentina Ferrer TBD

Former titles[edit]

Miss Mundo Argentina[edit]

The 1st Runner-up of Miss Argentina will represent her country at Miss World. As of 2003, Committee of Miss Argentina has created a separate pageant called Belleza Argentina or Miss Mundo Argentina to select its representative for Miss World and Miss International.

Year Miss Mundo Argentina Placement
United Kingdom 1959 Amalia Yolanda Scuffi Top 15
United Kingdom 1960 Norma Gladys Cappagli Miss World 1960
United Kingdom 1961 Susana Julia Pardal Top 15
United Kingdom 1962 Maria Amalia Ramírez Top 15
United Kingdom 1963 Diana Sarti Unplaced
United Kingdom 1964 Ana Maria Soria 1st Runner up
United Kingdom 1965 Lidia Alcira Diaz Unplaced
United Kingdom 1966 Graciela Guardone Top 15
United Kingdom 1967 Maria del Carmen Sabaliuskas 1st Runner up
United Kingdom 1968 Viviana Roldan Top 15
United Kingdom 1969 Graciela Marino Unplaced
United Kingdom 1970 Patricia Maria Charré Salazar Unplaced
United Kingdom 1971 Alicia Beatriz Daneri Unplaced
United Kingdom 1972 Olga Edith Cognini Ferrer Unplaced
United Kingdom 1973 Beatriz Callejón Unplaced
United Kingdom 1974 Sara Barberi Unplaced
United Kingdom 1975 Lilian Noemí De Asti Unplaced
United Kingdom 1976 Adriana Laura Salguiero Top 15
United Kingdom 1977 Susana Beatriz Stéfano Unplaced
United Kingdom 1978 Silvana Suárez Miss World 1978
United Kingdom 1979 Veronica Ivonne Gargani Unplaced
United Kingdom 1980 Elsa Cecilia Galotti Unplaced
United Kingdom 1981 Ana Helen Natali Top 15
United Kingdom 1987 Caterina Ciscato Top 6
United Kingdom 1988 Gabriela Karina Madeira Unplaced
Hong Kong 1989 Patricia Weidenhofer Unplaced
United Kingdom 1990 Romina Rosales Unplaced
United States 1991 Marcela Noemi Chazarreta Unplaced
South Africa 1992 Claudia Andrea Bertona Unplaced
South Africa 1993 Viviana Carcereri Unplaced
South Africa 1994 Miriam Elizabeth Nahon Unplaced
South Africa 1995 María Lorena Jensen Unplaced
India 1996 Fernanda Fernández Ramírez Unplaced
Seychelles 1997 Natalia Pombo Unplaced
Seychelles 1998 Natalia Elisa González Unplaced
United Kingdom 1999 Veronica Denise Barrionuevo Unplaced
United Kingdom 2000 Daniela Stucan Unplaced
South Africa 2001 Virginia di Salvo Unplaced
United Kingdom 2002 Tamara Henriksen Unplaced

Miss Internacional Argentina[edit]

Before 2007 the 2nd Runner-up of Miss Argentina will represent her country at Miss International. As of 2007, The license of Miss International was joining with Miss Mundo Argentina to select its representative for Miss International pageant.

Year Miss Internacional Argentina Placement
United States 1960 Slaviska Lazarik Unplaced
United States 1961 Alicia Caré Unplaced
United States 1962 Maria Victoria Bueno 1st Runner up
United States 1963 Susana Beatriz Cukar Unplaced
United States 1964 Viviana Rosa Dellavedova Top 15
United States 1965 Alicia Raquel Arruabarrena Unplaced
United States 1967 Mirta Massa Miss International 1967
Japan 1968 Ana Inés Puiggrós Unplaced
Japan 1969 Graciela Eva Arevalo Unplaced
Japan 1970 Margarita Marta Briese 1st Runner up
United States 1971 Evelina Scheidl Top 15
Japan 1972 Adriana Graciela Martin Top 15
Japan 1973 Monica Elena Neu Top 15
Japan 1974 Norma Nilda Yamaguchi Unplaced
Japan 1975 Patricia Norma Fracciono Unplaced
Japan 1976 Esther Yolanda Fonsec Unplaced
Japan 1977 Susan Heier Unplaced
Japan 1978 Graciela Riadigos Unplaced
Japan 1979 Ana Maria Soliman Unplaced
Japan 1980 Viviana Teresa Redruello Unplaced
Japan 1983 Patricia Graciela Marisconi Aban Unplaced
Japan 1986 Bárbara Laszyc Unplaced
Japan 1987 Rossana Ranier Unplaced
Japan 1988 Adriana Almada Unplaced
Japan 1989 Marcela Laura Bonesi Unplaced
Japan 1990 Vanessa Mirna Razzore Oyola Top 12
Japan 1991 Veronica Marcela Caldi Unplaced
Japan 1992 Gisella Manida Demarchi Top 12
Japan 1993 Nazarena González Almada Unplaced
Japan 1994 Alicia Andrea Ramon Unplaced
Japan 1995 Lorena Andrea Palacios Unplaced
Japan 1996 María Bordon Unplaced
Japan 1997 Nadia Jimena Cerri Unplaced
Japan 1998 Maria Fernandez Ortiz Unplaced
Japan 1999 Elizabeth Contrard Unplaced
Japan 2000 Natalia Cecilia Dalla Costa Unplaced
Japan 2001 Maria Victoria Branda Unplaced
China 2003 Catalina Roullier Unplaced

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Inscriben a aspirantes a Miss Universo Argentina 2011". Código Mar del Plata. January 31, 2011. Retrieved 11 February 2011. 
  2. ^ "New Miss Universe To Visit New York City". Hartford Courant. Associated Press. July 17, 1962. Retrieved 11 February 2011. 
  3. ^ "Johanna Lasic will represent Argentina in Miss Universe 2009". La Capital de Mar del Plata. May 24, 2009. Retrieved 11 February 2011. 
  4. ^ "Yésica Di Vincenzo gana Miss Universo Argentina 2010". Inforo. June 6, 2010. Retrieved 11 February 2011. 

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