Mr. Gay World 2009
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|Mr. Gay World 2009|
|Date||February 8, 2009|
|Broadcaster||World Wide Mr Gay Official Site|
|Debuts||Argentina, Australia, Austria, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Ireland, Lithuania, Mexico, New Zealand, Northern Ireland, Norway, Paraguay, Philippines, South Africa, Spain, Venezuela|
|Withdraws||Czech Republic, Gran Canaria, India, Kwazulu Natal, USA|
|Best National Costume||Wilbert Tolentino
|Photogenic||Victor Marcelo Benitez
Mr Gay World 2009, the 1st Mr Gay World pageant, was held in Whistler, Canada on February 8, 2009. Max Krzyzanowski of Ireland, was crowned Mr Gay World 2009. 19 countries and territories competed for the first time for the title.
|Mister Gay World 2009||
|Top 10 (in order of respective placements)|
|Mr. Gay Photogenic||
|Mr. Gay Congeniality||
|Mr. Gay Leadership||
|Best National Costume||
|Mr. Gay Popularity||
|Best in Swimwear||
Did not attend
- Czech Republic - Jakub Starý
- Gran Canaria - Dempsey Saeedian
- India - Bhavin Shivji Gala
- KwaZulu-Natal - Andrew Venter
- USA - Doug Edward Repetti
- Antonio Pedro Almijez (Spain) was Mr Gay Europe 2008.
- Michael Fröhle (Austria), Deyan Kolev (Bulgaria), Arturas Vipas Burnickis (Lithuania), Kai Thomas Ryen Larsen (Norway) competed in Mr Gay Europe 2008.
- Juan Jose Bracho (Venezuela) competed in International Mr. Gay 2008 and placed 1st Runner-up. Francisco Javier Ortega (Colombia) and Deon Strydom (South Africa) competed in International Mr. Gay 2009.