Mister World 2010

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Mister World 2010
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Mister World 2010 titlecard
Date March 27, 2010
Presenters Da-hae Lee, Alesha Dixon, Julien Kang, Steve Douglas
Entertainment Alesha Dixon, Paul Potts, Girl's Generation
Venue Songdo Convensia, Incheon, South Korea
Broadcaster MBC ESPN
Entrants 74[1]
Placements 15
Debuts Azerbaijan, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Ethiopia, Georgia, Guyana, Honduras, Indonesia, Japan, Kazakhstan, Korea, Martinique, Mongolia, Montenegro, New Zealand, Paraguay, Serbia
Withdraws Albania, Austria, Barbados, Chile, Curaçao, Iceland, Liberia, Lithuania, Vietnam
Returns Angola, Croatia, France, Malaysia, Peru, Swaziland, Sweden, Thailand
Winner Kamal Ibrahim
 Ireland

Mister World 2010 was the 6th edition of the Mister World male pageant. It was held at Incheon, Korea, the competition began on March 11, 2010 and the final was held at Songdo Convensia on March 27, 2010.[2] 74 delegates are competing from all around the world. Juan García Postigo of Spain will crown Kamal Ibrahim of Ireland as the new Mister World 2010 at the end of the event.

Introduction[edit]

For the first time, Korea debuted in the contest and host the Mister World pageant from March 11 to March 27, 2010. Julia Morley said "I am so delighted that we will have the opportunity to showcase the beautiful country of Korea to the rest of the world as our contestants battle it out to find the world's most desirable man". The pageant is supported by the Korean government and people. It is also supported by the former Miss Worlds such as Denise Perrier (1953), Azra Akın (2002), María Julia Mantilla (2004), Taťána Kuchařová (2006) and Zhang Zilin (2007) together with the very first Mister World 1996 Tom Nuyens from Belgium.

Results[edit]

Placements[edit]

Final Results Contestant
Mister World 2010
1st runner-up
2nd runner-up
Top 5 finalists
Top 15 semifinalists

Fast Track Events[edit]

Mr World Talent[edit]

The Mr World Talent took place at the Hilton in Gyeongju, Korea on March 18, 2010.[7]

Final Results Contestant
Winner
1st runner-up
2nd runner-up
  •  Russia - Sergey Kolenchikov
Top 6
Top 20

Mr World Top Model[edit]

The Mr World Top Model took place at the Hyatt Regency in Incheon, Korea on March 23, 2010.[8]

Final Results Contestant
Winner
1st runner-up
2nd runner-up
Top 20

Mr World Sports[edit]

The Mr World Sports took place in Incheon, Korea on March 24, 2010.[9]

Final Results Contestant
Winner
1st runner-up
2nd runner-up
Top 8
Top 20

Award[edit]

Mr World Marine Champions[edit]

[10]

  • Winner: (Yellow Team) France, Guadeloupe, Ireland, Kazakhstan, Kenya
  • 1st runner-up: (Red Team) Philippines, Russia, South Africa, Sweden, United States
  • Finalists:
    • (Blue Team) Angola, Belarus, Canada, Cyprus, Denmark
    • (Black Team) Lebanon, Macedonia FYRO, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway

100m Relay[edit]

[11]

  • Winner: (Blue Team) Australia, Bahamas, Belarus, Czech Republic
  • 1st runner-up: (Black Team) Luxembourg, Mexico, Northern Ireland, Norway
  • 2nd runner-up: (Red Team) Puerto Rico, South Africa, Spain, Thailand
  • 3rd runner-up: (Yellow Team) England, Georgia, Guyana, India

Cooking Korean Style[edit]

[12]

Final Results Contestant
Winner
1st runner-up
2nd runner-up
3rd runner-up

Judges[edit]

The panel of judges was composed by 8 notable personalities:

Contestants[edit]

Country Contestant Age Height
(cm)
Height
(ft.)
Hometown
 Angola Jorge Martins 27 186 6'1" Luanda
 Australia Tim Boulenger 24 195 6'5"
 Azerbaijan Hafiz Aghayev 24 185 6'1" Baku
 Bahamas Kendrick Kemp 23 188 6'2" Nassau
 Belarus Mihail Baranov 21 187 6'1.5" Minsk
 Belgium Willem Vermuyten 21 184 6'0.5" Mechelen
 Bolivia Jonathan Fisher[13] 23 193 6'4" Cochabamba
 Bosnia & Herzegovina Dejan Radovic[14] 27 189 6'2.5" Sarajevo
 Brazil Jonas Sulzbach[15] 24 189 6'2.5" Lajeado
 Bulgaria Martin Martinov[16] 23 187 6'1.5" Sofia
 Canada Ron Wear 31 183 6'0"
 China PR Lei Zhao 23 187 6'1.5" Beijing
 Colombia Camilo Tocancipá 20 182 5'11.5" Bogotá
 Costa Rica Eduardo Cuberos[17] 19 188 6'2" Alajuela
 Croatia Dino Bubicic[18] 27 191 6'3" Zagreb
 Cyprus Christos Christodoulides 27 180 5'11"
 Czech Republic Josef Karas[19] 31 191 6'3" Olomouc
 Denmark Kevin Skroder 26 180 5'11"
 Dominican Republic Ramón Alberto Uyola 24 188 6'2" Santiago de los Caballeros
 Egypt Tarek Naguib[20] 26 187 6'1.5" Cairo
 England Andreas Kattou[21] 24 184 6'0.5" Rugby
 Ethiopia Matewos Jigsa 26 197 6'5.5"
 France Mohammed Al Maiman[22] 23 190 6'3"
 Georgia Giorgi Orbeladze 18 186 6'1" Tbilisi
 Germany Michael Piechler[23] 32 186 6'1"
 Greece Lampros Danas 25 188 6'2"
 Guadeloupe Emmanuel Binga 25 181 5'11.5" Morne-à-l'Eau
 Guyana Max Chung 21 180 5'11" Georgetown
 Honduras Carlos Orantes 20 181 5'11.5" La Lima
 Hong Kong China Wesley Lee 23 188 6'2" Hong Kong
 India Inder Bajwa 27 180 5'11" Punjab
 Indonesia Todi Pandapotan[24] 27 185 6'1" Jakarta
 Ireland Kamal Ibrahim[25] 24 181 5'11.5" Limerick
 Italy Paolo Cosi[26][27] 25 186 6'1" Corigliano d'Otranto
 Japan Hareruya Konno 26 187 6'1.5" Hokkaido
 Kazakhstan Roman Mironov 24 196 6'5"
 Kenya Lwanda Kotengo 29 189 6'2.5" Nairobi
 Korea Ji-Kwang Yoo[28] 24 186 6'1" Seoul
 Latvia Kristaps Punculis[29] 22 190 6'3" Riga
 Lebanon Abdel Rahman Balaa 22 185 6'1" Beirut
 Luxembourg Carlo Marino 30 180 5'11" Luxembourg
 Macedonia Ivan Niksik 23 188 6'2" Skopje
 Malaysia David Lian 20 188 6'2"
 Malta Mark Spiteri 21 175 5'9" Marsascala
 Martinique Kevin Bellgrade 22 184 6'0.5"
 Mexico Alvaro Álvarez 25 183 6'0" Mexico City
 Mongolia Galbadrakh Badarch 23 186 6'1" Ulaanbaatar
 Montenegro Predrag Pavlicic 23 188 6'2"
 Netherlands Honza Filipi 27 200 6'6.5" Hengelo
 New Zealand Arnold Du Toit 26 182 5'11.5"
 Nigeria Kenneth Okolie 26 188 6'2"
 Northern Ireland Matthew Poole 20 188 6'2" Belfast
 Norway Chris Eileng 26 180 5'11" Oslo
 Panama Héctor Villarreal 25 182 5'11.5" Panama City
 Paraguay Diego Tuma[30] 26 180 5'11" Asunción
 Peru Manuel Illich[31] 24 186 6'1" Lima
 Philippines Alvin De Joya[32] 23 187 6'1.5" Manila
 Poland Maksymilian Lewandowski[33] 18 191 6'3" Przyce
 Puerto Rico Joshua Dalmau 25 191 6'3" Coamo
 Romania Voicu Ruslan 23 195 6'5"
 Russia Sergey Kolenchikov 29 185 6'1" St. Petersburg
 Serbia Vasa Nestorovic 25 193 6'4"
 Singapore Hanxiong Hu 25 175 5'9" Singapore
 South Africa Jaco de Bruyn 26 182 5'11.5"
 Spain Guillermo García[34] 24 192 6'3.5" Zaragoza
 Sri Lanka Hemal Ranasinghe 25 182 5'11.5" Matale
 Swaziland Phakeme Dlamini[35] 25 197 6'5.5" Manzini
 Sweden Alexander Shirpey 24 184 6'0.5"
 Thailand Rattasat Rungsirithip[36] 24 186 6'1" Chiangmai
 Turkey Alper Aslanoglu 24 193 6'4" Istanbul
 Ukraine Iurii Bogish[37] 27 187 6'1.5" Kiev
 United States Ivan Rusilko 26 183 6'0" Meadville
 Venezuela José Manuel Flores[38][39] 23 195 6'5" Caracas
 Wales Jonny Rees[40] 24 178 5'10" Swansea

National pageants notes[edit]

Debuts[edit]

Returning Countries and Territories[edit]

Withdraws[edit]

Contestants Notes[edit]

  • Ivan Rusilko (United States) represented his country in Mister International 2008. He placed in the Top 15.[41]
  • Christos Christodoulides (Cyprus) made the Top 5 and became 4th runner up at Mister Universe Model 2010.[42]

International telecasts[edit]

According to the official press release the final competition will be broadcast to some 1 billion viewers in 140 countries.

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.mrworld.tv/allcontestant.html
  2. ^ New Mr World final date announced
  3. ^ "Mr. Nigeria Kenneth Okolie is the "3rd Most Desirable Man in the World"". Bella Naija. 30 March 2010. Retrieved 31 May 2010. 
  4. ^ "Kenneth Okolie Mr. Nigeria Wins 2nd Runner Up at Mr. World 2010 (Video)". 19 April 2010. Retrieved 31 May 2010. 
  5. ^ http://worldshowbiz.info/photos/kamal-ibrahim-crowned-mister-world-2010/
  6. ^ "Mr World 2010 Final : Mr World News". 27 March 2010. Retrieved 5 June 2010. 
  7. ^ Mr World Talent
  8. ^ Mr World Top Model
  9. ^ [1]
  10. ^ Mr World Marine Champions
  11. ^ Daegu Stadium Sprint
  12. ^ Cooking Korean Style
  13. ^ Cochabamba obtuvo el título de Mister Bolivia Mundo
  14. ^ Mister Bosnia & Herzegovina 2010
  15. ^ PAGEANT UPDATES: MISTER BRAZIL WORLD 2010 RESULTS! ILHA DOS LOBOS WAS DECLARED WINNER!
  16. ^ Mister Bulgaria 2010
  17. ^ Mr. shomolu agunbiade World 2009
  18. ^ Mr. World Croatia 2009
  19. ^ Mister Czech Republic 2010
  20. ^ Mr. Egypt World 2009
  21. ^ Andreas Kattou wins Mr. England 2009!
  22. ^ Contestant 2010, WebArchive, accessed on July 20th 2013
  23. ^ Mr. Germany World 2009
  24. ^ Contestants - Indonesia
  25. ^ Mr Ireland 2009
  26. ^ Mister Italy 2010
  27. ^ Paolo Cosi rappresenterà l'Italia a Mr World 2009.
  28. ^ http://www.mrworld.tv/Miss-World-News/mr-world-korea.html
  29. ^ Mr. Latvia World 2009
  30. ^ Mister World Paraguay, Diego Tuma.
  31. ^ PAGEANT UPDATES: MISTER PERU WORLD 2010 RESULTS!
  32. ^ PAGEANT UPDATES: MISTER PHILIPPINES WORLD 2010 RESULTS!
  33. ^ PAGEANT UPDATES: MISTER POLAND 2010 RESULTS!
  34. ^ Mister Spain 2010
  35. ^ Mr. Swaziland World 2009
  36. ^ Domon Man 2010
  37. ^ http://www.mrworld.tv/contestant/showcontestant/ukraine/
  38. ^ Mister Venezuela 2009
  39. ^ Profesión: Mister Venezuela
  40. ^ Mister Wales 2010
  41. ^ http://meadvilletribune.com/local/x1562453648/Meadvilles-Rusilko-eyes-Mister-World-title  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  42. ^ http://beautypageantnews.com/mister-universe-model-2010-official-results/  Missing or empty |title= (help)