List of Miss International titleholders

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

The following is a list of women who have won the Miss International title.

Miss International titleholders[edit]

Year Country Titleholder Age Location Pageant date[1] № of delegates[2]
1960  Colombia Stella Márquez 23 Long Beach, California, USA August 12, 1960 52
1961  Netherlands Stam van Baer 19 Long Beach, California, USA July 28, 1961 52
1962  Australia Tania Verstak 20 Long Beach, California, USA August 18, 1962 50
1963  Iceland Guðrún Bjarnadóttir 20 Long Beach, California, USA August 16, 1963 46
1964  Philippines Gemma Teresa Cruz 21 Long Beach, California, USA August 14, 1964 42
1965  Germany Ingrid Finger[a] 20 Long Beach, California, USA August 13, 1965 44
1967  Argentina Mirta Teresita Massa 22 Long Beach, California, USA April 29, 1967 46
1968  Brazil Maria da Glória Carvalho 18 Tokyo, Japan October 9, 1968 49
1969  United Kingdom Valerie Susan Holmes 23 Tokyo, Japan September 13, 1969 48
1970  Philippines Aurora Pijuan 21 Osaka, Japan May 16, 1970 47
1971  New Zealand Jane Cheryl Hansen 20 Long Beach, California, USA May 26, 1971 50
1972  United Kingdom Linda Hooks 20 Tokyo, Japan October 6, 1972 47
1973  Finland Anneli Björkling 21 Osaka, Japan October 13, 1973 47
1974  USA Karen Brucene Smith 23 Tokyo, Japan October 9, 1974 45
1975  Yugoslavia Lidija Manić 22 Motobu, Japan November 3, 1975 48
1976  France Sophie Perin 19 Tokyo, Japan July 2, 1976 45
1977  Spain Pilar Medina 21 Tokyo, Japan July 1, 1977 48
1978  USA Katherine Patricia Ruth 18 Tokyo, Japan November 10, 1978 43
1979  Philippines Mimilanie Marquez 15 Tokyo, Japan November 12, 1979 43
1980  Costa Rica Lorna Chávez 21 Tokyo, Japan November 4, 1980 42
1981  Australia Jenny Annette Derek 20 Kobe, Japan September 6, 1981 42
1982  USA Christie Ellen Claridge 20 Fukuoka, Japan October 13, 1982 43
1983  Costa Rica Gidget Sandoval 17 Osaka, Japan October 11, 1983 41
1984  Guatemala Ilma Urrutia 22 Yokohama, Japan October 30, 1984 46
1985  Venezuela Nina Sicilia Hernandez 23 Tsukuba, Japan September 15, 1985 43
1986  England Helen Fairbrother 22 Nagasaki, Japan August 31, 1986 46
1987  Puerto Rico Laurie Tamara Simpson 18 Tokyo, Japan September 13, 1987 47
1988  Norway Catherine Alexandra Gude 22 Gifu, Japan July 17, 1988 46
1989  Germany Iris Klein 20 Kanazawa, Japan September 17, 1989 47
1990  Spain Silvia de Esteban 19 Osaka, Japan September 16, 1990 50
1991  Poland Agnieszka Kotlarska[b] 19 Tokyo, Japan October 13, 1991 51
1992  Australia Kirsten Davidson 20 Nagasaki, Japan October 18, 1992 50
1993  Poland Agnieszka Pachałko 20 Tokyo, Japan October 9, 1993 47
1994  Greece Christina Lekka 22 Ise, Mie, Japan September 4, 1994 50
1995  Norway Anne Lena Hansen 21 Tokyo, Japan September 10, 1995 47
1996  Portugal Fernanda Alves 20 Kanazawa, Japan October 26, 1996 48
1997  Venezuela Consuelo Adler 23 Kyoto, Japan September 20, 1997 42
1998  Panama Lía Victoria Borrero Gonzalez 22 Tokyo, Japan September 26, 1998 43
1999  Colombia Paulina Gálvez 19 Tokyo, Japan December 14, 1999 51
2000  Venezuela Vivian Urdaneta 21 Tokyo, Japan October 4, 2000 56
2001  Poland Małgorzata Rożniecka 23 Tokyo, Japan October 4, 2001 52
2002  Lebanon Christina Sawaya 22 Tokyo, Japan September 30, 2002 47
2003  Venezuela Goizeder Azúa 19 Tokyo, Japan October 8, 2003 45
2004  Colombia Jeymmy Vargas 21 Beijing, China October 16, 2004 58
2005  Philippines Precious Lara Quigaman 22 Tokyo, Japan September 26, 2005 52
2006  Venezuela Daniela di Giacomo 21 Xianghe, China November 11, 2006 53
2007  Mexico Priscila Perales 24 Tokyo, Japan October 15, 2007 61
2008  Spain Alejandra Andreu 18 Macau November 8, 2008 63
2009  Mexico Anagabriela Espinoza 21 Chengdu, China November 28, 2009 65
2010  Venezuela Elizabeth Mosquera 19 Chengdu, China November 7, 2010 70
2011  Ecuador Fernanda Cornejo 22 Chengdu, China November 6, 2011 67
2012  Japan Ikumi Yoshimatsu 25 Okinawa, Japan October 21, 2012 69
2013  Philippines Bea Rose Santiago 23 Tokyo, Japan December 17, 2013 67
2014  Puerto Rico Valerie Hernandez 21 Tokyo, Japan November 11, 2014 73
2015  Venezuela Edymar Martínez 20 Tokyo, Japan November 5, 2015 70
2016  Philippines Kylie Verzosa 24 Tokyo, Japan October 27, 2016 69
2017 TBA TBA TBA Tokyo, Japan TBA TBA
  • a The 1965-crowned Ingrid Finger remained Miss International until 1967 because of the cancellation of the 1966 pageant, making Finger the longest-reigning Miss International winner to date.
  • b Now deceased.

Countries[edit]

Country Titles Year(s)
 Venezuela 7 1985, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2010, 2015
 Philippines 6 1964, 1970, 1979, 2005, 2013, 2016
 Spain 3 1977, 1990, 2008
 Colombia 1960, 1999, 2004
 Poland 1991, 1993, 2001
 Australia 1962, 1981, 1992
 USA 1974, 1978, 1982
 Puerto Rico 2 1987, 2014
 Mexico 2007, 2009
 Norway 1988, 1995
 Germany 1965, 1989
 Costa Rica 1980, 1983
 United Kingdom 1969, 1972
 Japan 1 2012
 Ecuador 2011
 Lebanon 2002
 Panama 1998
 Portugal 1996
 Greece 1994
 England 1986
 Guatemala 1984
 France 1976
 Yugoslavia 1975
 Finland 1973
 New Zealand 1971
 Brazil 1968
 Argentina 1967
 Iceland 1963
 Netherlands 1961

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Miss International coverage". Pageantopolis. Retrieved 2012-10-04. 
  2. ^ "Miss International coverage". Pageantopolis. Retrieved 2012-10-04. 

External links[edit]