Miss Supranational

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Miss Supranational
Log Miss Supra wer 200.png
Logo of Miss Supranational Pageant
Motto Unite the World with Beauty
Formation 2009
Type Beauty pageant
Headquarters Panama City
Key people
World Beauty Association (WBA)
Website www.misssupranational.com

Miss Supranational is an annual international beauty contest that is run by the World Beauty Association. The pageant was first conducted in 2009 in Plock (Poland). In the year 2013 the pageant was conducted outside Poland for the time, hosted by the city of Minsk in Belarus[1] The age of the candidate must be between 18-26 in order to be able to participate in this contest.

The current titleholder is Mutya Datul from the Philippines who won the title on 6 September 2013.[2]

History[edit]

The pageant was established in 2009. However, after the conclusion of Miss Supranational 2013, the organizers had a fall out. Carsten Mohr, former license manager walked out of the organization and tried to organize a new pageant under the same name. However, he is not authorized to use the name Miss Supranational and his new competition does not have the support of the pageant community.[3]

Competition formats[edit]

During the early years of the pageant, Miss Supranational declared Top 15 for final session.

In 2010 the number of semifinalists was increased to twenty, without cuts made to ten, the delegates will show their performances in swimsuit session and evening gown session and then to announce as runner-ups and the current Miss Supranational.

In 2013 the official candidate who marked as People's choice will select as the Top 20.

Titleholders[edit]

Year Country Miss Supranational National title Location Number of Entrants
2014 TBA TBA TBA Krynica-Zdrój, Poland TBA
2013  Philippines Mutya Datul Binibining Pilipinas Supranational Minsk, Belarus 82
2012  Belarus Ekaterina Buraya Miss Belarus - Supranational Warsaw, Poland 53
2011  Poland Monika Lewczuk Miss Polski - Supranational Plock, Poland 70
2010  Panama Karina Pinilla Miss Supranational Panamá 66
2009  Ukraine Oksana Moria Miss Supranational Ukraine 36

By number of wins[edit]

Country/territory Titles Winning years
 Philippines
1
2013
 Belarus 2012
 Poland 2011
 Panama 2010
 Ukraine 2009

By country tally[edit]

For the full details, see Miss Supranational country rankings.
Rank Country/Territory Miss Supranational 1st Runner-up 2nd Runner-up 3rd Runner-up 4th Runner-up Semifinalists Total
1  Belarus 1 2 0 0 0 1 4
2  Poland 1 0 1 0 0 3 5
3  Philippines 1 0 0 1 0 0 2
4  Panama 1 0 0 0 0 2 3
5  Ukraine 1 0 0 0 0 2 3
6  Czech Republic 0 1 1 0 0 1 3
7  Thailand 0 1 0 0 1 1 3
8  Mexico 0 1 0 0 0 0 1
9  Puerto Rico 0 0 1 0 0 2 3
10  Slovenia 0 0 1 0 0 1 2

Runners-up[edit]

Year 1st runner-up 2nd runner-up 3rd runner-up 4th runner-up
2009
 Belarus
Marina Lepesha
 Poland
Klaudia Ungerman
 Honduras
Ruth Aleman
 England
Amanda Ball
2010
 Czech Republic
Hana Verna
 Slovenia
Sandra Marinovic
 Peru
Claudia Villafuerte
 Thailand
Maythavee Burapasing
2011
 Belarus
Lyudmila Yakimovich
 Puerto Rico
Valery Velez
 Vietnam
Nguyen Thu May
 United States
Krystelle Khoury
2012
 Thailand
Nanthawan Wannachutha
 Czech Republic
Michaela Dihlova
 Philippines
Elaine Kay Moll
 Ecuador
Sulay Castillo
2013
 Mexico
Jacqueline Morales
 Turkey
Leyla Köse
 Indonesia
Cok Istri Krisnanda Widani
 U.S. Virgin Islands
Esonica Veira
2014 TBA TBA TBA TBA

Regional winners[edit]

The regional titles are awarded to those semifinalists who didn't make to the Top 5.

Year Africa Americas Asia & Oceania Europe
2009
 Brazil
Karine Osorio
 Taiwan
Liu Xiaoou
 Slovak Republic
Linda Mošaťová
2010
 Gambia
Fatou Khan
 Venezuela
Laksmi Rodríguez
 Korea
Yu Soo-jung
 Poland
Anna Jamroz
2011
 South Africa
Dhesha Jeram
 Dominican Republic
Sofinel Saez
 India
Michelle Almeida
 France
Analisa Kebaili
2012
 South Africa
Michelle Giden-Huys
 Panama
Elissa Estrada
 Vietnam
Lại Hương Thảo
 Denmark
Julia Prokopenko
2013
 Gabon
Hillary Ondo
 Brazil
Raquel Benetti
 Australia
Esma Voloder
 Belarus
Veronika Chachina
2014 TBA TBA TBA TBA

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