List of Miss Universe titleholders

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

Year Country/Territory Winner Age[A] Height Hometown Pageant Date[1] Entrants[1]
1952  Finland Armi Kuusela[2] 17 5'6" Muhos June 28, 1952 30
1953  France Christiane Martel[3] 21 5'6" Créteil July 17, 1953 26
1954  USA Miriam Stevenson[4] 21 5'6" Winnsboro July 24, 1954 33
1955  Sweden Hillevi Rombin[B][5][6] 21 5'7" Alfta July 22, 1955 33
1956  USA Carol Morris[7] 20 5'7" Ottumwa July 20, 1956 30
1957  Peru Gladys Zender[8] 18 5'7" Lima July 19, 1957 32
1958  Colombia Luz Marina Zuluaga[B][9] 19 5'4" Pereira July 25, 1958 36
1959  Japan Akiko Kojima[10] 22 5'6" Tokyo July 24, 1959 34
1960  USA Linda Bement[11] 18 5'6" Salt Lake City July 9, 1960 43
1961  Germany Marlene Schmidt[12] 24 5'8" Stuttgart July 15, 1961 48
1962  Argentina Norma Nolan[13] 24 5'5" Buenos Aires July 14, 1962 52
1963  Brazil Iêda Maria Vargas[14] 18 5'6" Porto Alegre July 20, 1963 50
1964  Greece Corinna Tsopei[15] 20 5'8" Athens August 1, 1964 60
1965  Thailand Apasra Hongsakula[16] 18 5'4" Bangkok July 24, 1965 57
1966  Sweden Margareta Arvidsson[17] 18 5'8" Gothenburg July 16, 1966 58
1967  USA Sylvia Hitchcock[B][18] 20 5'7" Miami July 15, 1967 56
1968  Brazil Martha Vasconcellos[19] 20 5'8" Salvador July 13, 1968 65
1969  Philippines Gloria Diaz[20] 18 5'5" Aringay July 19, 1969 61
1970  Puerto Rico Marisol Malaret[21] 20 5'8" San Juan July 11, 1970 64
1971  Lebanon Georgina Rizk[22] 18 5'7" Beirut July 24, 1971 60
1972  Australia Kerry Anne Wells[23] 20 5'11" Perth July 29, 1972 61
1973  Philippines Margarita Moran[24] 19 5'6" Manila July 21, 1973 61
1974  Spain Amparo Muñoz[B][25] 20 5'8" Málaga July 19, 1974 65
1975  Finland Anne Marie Pohtamo[26] 19 5'8" Helsinki July 19, 1975 71
1976  Israel Rina Messinger[27] 20 5'7½" Kiryat Tiv'on July 10, 1976 72
1977  Trinidad & Tobago Janelle Commissiong[28] 24 5'5" Port of Spain July 16, 1977 80
1978  South Africa Margaret Gardiner[29] 18 5'10" Cape Town July 24, 1978 75
1979  Venezuela Maritza Sayalero[30] 18 5'8" Caracas July 19, 1979 75
1980  USA Shawn Weatherly[31] 20 5'8" Sumter July 7, 1980 69
1981  Venezuela Irene Sáez[32] 19 5'10" Caracas July 20, 1981 76
1982  Canada Karen Dianne Baldwin[33] 18 5'10" London July 26, 1982 77
1983  New Zealand Lorraine Downes[34] 19 5'8½" Auckland July 11, 1983 80
1984  Sweden Yvonne Ryding[35] 21 5'7" Eskilstuna July 9, 1984 81
1985  Puerto Rico Deborah Carthy-Deu[36] 19 5'8" San Juan July 15, 1985 79
1986  Venezuela Bárbara Palacios[37] 22 5'8" Caracas July 21, 1986 77
1987  Chile Cecilia Bolocco[38] 22 5'8" Santiago May 26, 1987 68
1988  Thailand Porntip Nakhirunkanok[39] 20 5'8" Bangkok May 23, 1988 66
1989  Netherlands Angela Visser[40] 22 5'9" Rotterdam May 23, 1989 76
1990  Norway Mona Grudt[41] 19 5'6" Hell April 15, 1990 71
1991  Mexico Lupita Jones[42] 23 5'7" Mexicali May 17, 1991 73
1992  Namibia Michelle McLean[43] 19 6'0" Windhoek May 8, 1992 78
1993  Puerto Rico Dayanara Torres[44] 18 5'7" Toa Alta May 21, 1993 79
1994  India Sushmita Sen[45] 18 5'9" New Delhi May 20, 1994 77
1995  USA Chelsi Smith[46] 21 5'8" Deer Park May 12, 1995 82
1996  Venezuela Alicia Machado[47] 19 5'8½" Maracay May 17, 1996 79
1997  USA Brook Lee[48] 26 5'7" Pearl City May 16, 1997 74
1998  Trinidad & Tobago Wendy Fitzwilliam[49] 25 6'0" Diego Martin May 12, 1998 81
1999  Botswana Mpule Kwelagobe 19 5'9" Gaborone May 26, 1999 84
2000  India Lara Dutta[50] 22 5'8" Mumbai May 12, 2000 79
2001  Puerto Rico Denise Quiñones[51] 20 5'10" Lares May 11, 2001 77
2002  Russia Oxana Fedorova[C][52] 22 5'10" Pskov May 29, 2002 75
 Panama Justine Pasek[D][53] 22 5'7" Panama City September 24, 2002
2003  Dominican Republic Amelia Vega[54] 18 6'1" Santiago de los Caballeros June 3, 2003 71
2004  Australia Jennifer Hawkins[55] 20 5'11" Newcastle June 1, 2004 80
2005  Canada Natalie Glebova[56] 23 5'10" Toronto May 31, 2005 81
2006  Puerto Rico Zuleyka Rivera[57] 18 5'9" Salinas July 23, 2006 86
2007  Japan Riyo Mori[58] 20 5'8½" Shizuoka May 28, 2007 77
2008  Venezuela Dayana Mendoza[59] 22 5'10" Caracas July 14, 2008 80
2009  Venezuela Stefanía Fernández[60] 18 5'10" Mérida August 23, 2009 83
2010  Mexico Ximena Navarrete[61] 22 5'7" Guadalajara August 23, 2010 83
2011  Angola Leila Lopes[62] 25 5'10" Benguela September 12, 2011 89
2012  USA Olivia Culpo[63] 20 5'5" Cranston December 19, 2012 89
2013  Venezuela Gabriela Isler[64] 25 5'10" Valencia November 9, 2013 86
2014  Colombia Paulina Vega[65] 22 5'9" Barranquilla January 25, 2015 88
2015  Philippines Pia Wurtzbach[66] 26 5'8" Cagayan de Oro December 20, 2015 80

Notes
A Age at time of winning Miss Universe
B Now deceased
C Dethroned
D Took over title

References[edit]

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