Miss Finland

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Miss Suomi Organization
Formation 1931
Type Beauty pageant
Headquarters Helsinki
Location
Membership
Miss Universe
Miss World
Miss International
Official language
Finnish
National Director
Eino Makunen
Website www.misssuomi.fi

Miss Suomi (Finnish: Miss Suomi) is a national Beauty pageant in Finland.

History[edit]

Miss Suomi held for the first time in 1933. Between 1952 and 1955 the winner of Suomen Neito went to Miss Universe where Armi Kuusela was also crowned as the first Miss Universe in Long Beach by actress Piper Laurie in 1952.

In 1956 due to lack of sponsorship, the national pageant of Suomen Neito did not hold and made Finland withdraws at the competition. In that year, Miss Suomi planned to send its winner and already become national franchise of Miss Universe in Finland but it revealed in 1960 that Finland was returned to Miss Universe by the second princess of Miss Suomi 1960, Maija-Leena Manninen.

In 1961 the format was made by Miss Suomi Organization to send its winner to only, Miss Universe competition and reformatted in 1962 to 1963 the first princess of Miss Suomi went to Miss Universe.

In 2006 Maailma Suomi beauty pageant held a separate pageant to select its winner to Miss World until 2009 and back to Miss Suomi 1st Princess. In some years, an appointed candidate represented her country to Miss World or Miss International.

Started in 1964 the Miss Suomi winner represents her country at the Miss Universe. On occasion, when the winner does not qualify (due to age) for either contest, a runner-up is sent.

Franchise holders[edit]

The Miss Suomi has responsibility produced the three titleholders to the grand slam beauty contests. The winner automatically becomes Miss Universe Finland while runners-up crown as Miss World Finland and Miss International Finland. Before 2007 Miss Suomi Organization also sent a delegate to Miss Europe.

International Titleholders[edit]

Titleholders[edit]

Year Miss Suomi First Princess Second Princess
2017 TBA TBA TBA
2016 Shirly Karvinen[1] Heta Sallinen Emilia Seppänen
2015 Rosa-Maria Ryyti Carola Miller Saara Ahlberg
2014 Bea Toivonen Krista Haapalainen Milla Romppanen
2013 Lotta Hintsa Maija Kerisalmi Helianna Ylimaula
2012 Sara Chafak Sabina Särkkä Viivi Suominen
2011 Pia Pakarinen
RESIGNED
Sara Sieppi Niina Lavonen[2]
2010 Viivi Pumpanen[3] Anne Nurminen Susanna Turja
2009 Essi Pöysti[4] Elsi Suolanen Linda Wikstedt
(Miss Maailma Suomi 2008)
2008 Satu Tuomisto Susanna Mustajarvi Janna Tannilla
2007 Noora Hautakangas[5] Jenni Laaksola Joanna Väre
2006 Ninni Laaksonen[6] Sini Vahela Karoliina Yläjoki
2005 Hanna Ek Elina Nurmi Susanna Laine
2004 Mira Salo Krista Järvinen Henna Ylilauri
2003 Anna Strömberg Piritta Hannula Suvi Hartlin
2002 Janette Broman Kaisa Jaako Katariina Kulve
2001 Heidi Willman Susanna Tervaniemi Hanna Pajulammi
2000 Suvi Miinala Jenni Dahlman Kati Nirkko
1999 Vanessa Forsman Minna Lehtine Saija Palin
1998 Jonna Kauppila Mandi Malek Piia Hartikainen
1997 Karita Tuomola Taija Jurmu Maria Hietanen
1996 Lola Odusoga Anitra Ahtola Ulrika Wester
1995 Heli Pirhonen Miia Puoskari Susanne Tasa
1994 Henna Meriläinen Petra von Hellens Marja Vuoristo
1993 Tarja Smura Emilia Söderman Arlene Kotala
1992 Kirsi Syrjänen Kirsi-Maria Ketola Tiina Salmesvirta
1991 Tanja Vienonen Nina Autio Päivi Hytinkoski
1990 Tiina Vierto Nina Björkfelt Anu Yli-Mäenpää
1989 Åsa Lövdahl Minna Kittilä Tuija Junnila
1988 Nina Björnström Minna Rinnetmäki Sari Pääkkönen
1987 Outi Tanhuanpää Niina Kärkkäinen Tarja Musikka
1986 Tuula Polvi Maarit Salomäki Saila Saarinen
1985 Marja Kinnunen Elisa Yliniemi Marjukka Tontti
1984 Anna-Liisa Tilus Tiina Laine Tiina Hyvärinen
1983 Nina Rekola Marita Pekkala Niina Kesäniemi
1982 Sari Aspholm Tarja Hakakoski Aino Summa
1981 Merja Varvikko Eija Korolainen Pia Nurminen
1980 Sirpa Viljamaa Marja-Leena Palo Anne-Marie Tarhia
1979 Päivi Uitto Tuire Pentikäinen Käte Nyberg
1978 Seija Paakkola Tii Heilimo Eija Laaksonen
1977 Armi Aavikko Maarit Ryhänen Marianne Åström
1976 Suvi Lukkarinen Riitta Väisänen Maarit Leso
1975 Anne Pohtamo Merja Tammi Eeva Mannerberg
1974 Johanna Raunio Talvikki Ekman UNKNOWN
1973 Raija Stark Seija Mäkinen Marita Smeds
1972 Maj-Len Eriksson Anneli Björkling UNKNOWN
1971 Pirjo Laitila Eila Kivistö Mirja Halme
1970 Ursula Rainio Hannele Hamara Margarita Marta Briese
1969 Harriet Eriksson Päivi Raita Crista Oinonen
1968 Leena Brusiin Sirpa Wilkman Leena Sipilä
1967 Ritva Lehto Satu Kostiainen Hedy Rännäri
1966 Satu Östring Marita Gellman Terttu Ronkainen
1965 Virpi Miettinen Raija Salminen Esti Åstring
1964 Sirpa Suosmaa Sirpa Wallenius Maila Östring
1963 Marja-Liisa Ståhlberg Riitta Kautiainen Anneli Rantala
1962 Kaarina Leskinen Aulikki Järvinen Eeva Malinen
1961 Ritva Wächter Ann-Mari Nygård Marja Ryönä
1960 Heli Heiskala Tarja Nurmi Maija-Leena Manninen
1959 Tarja Nurmi Margit Jaatinen Else-Maj Petham
1958 Pirkko Mannola Eva-Maija Sariola Anja Hatakka
1957 Marita Lindahl Airi Ikävalko Saara Turunen
1956 Sirpa Koivu Raija Kunnasmaa Irmeli Sipilä
1955 Inga-Britt Söderberg Mirva Arvinen Anni Helenius
1954 Yvonne de Bruyn Liisa Hokkanen Leni Katajakoski
1953 Maija-Riitta Tuomaala Airi Uitto Inger Sandvik
1952 Eva Hellas Kyllikki Koskihalme N/A
1951 Hilkka Ruuska N/A N/A
1950 Hilkka Ruuska N/A N/A
1949 Terttu Nyman N/A N/A
1948 Terttu Nyman N/A N/A
1947 Anna-Liisa Leppänen N/A N/A
1946 Anja Kola N/A N/A
1945 Irja Alho N/A N/A
1942–1944 Canceled due to World War II
1941 ("Miss Messuhalli")* N/A N/A
1939–1940 Canceled due to World War II
1938 Sirkka Salonen N/A N/A
1937 Margareta Huldin N/A N/A
1936 Irma Streng N/A N/A
1935 Terttu Lyytikäinen N/A N/A
1934 Anna-Lisa Fahler N/A N/A
1933 Ester Toivonen N/A N/A
1932 Maija Nissinen N/A N/A
1931 Ranghild Nyholm N/A N/A

Big Four pageants[edit]

Color key
  •      Declared as Winner
  •      Ended as runner-up
  •      Ended as one of the finalists or semifinalists

Miss Universe Finland[edit]

Year Miss Finland Hometown Placement Special Awards
2017 TBA TBA TBA TBA
2016 Shirly Karvinen Jyväskylä
2015 Rosa-Maria Ryyti Oulu
2014 Bea Toivonen Jyväskylä
2013 Lotta Hintsa Nurmo
2012 Sara Chafak Helsinki
2011 Pia Pakarinen Joensuu
2010 Viivi Pumpanen Vantaa
2009 Essi Pöysti Säkylä
2008 Satu Tuomisto Tampere
2007 Noora Hautakangas Soini
2006 Ninni Laaksonen Helsinki
2005 Hanna Ek Porvoo
2004 Mira Salo Helsinki
2003 Anna Strömberg Kristiinankaupunki
2002 Janette Broman Lieto
2001 Heidi Willman Jyväskylä
2000 Suvi Miinala Kemi
1999 Vanessa Forsman Porvoo
1998 Jonna Kauppila Kokkola
1997 Karita Tuomola Kuopio
1996 Lola Odusoga Turku 2nd Runner Up
1995 Heli Pirhonen Kitee
1994 Henna Meriläinen Tohmajärvi
1993 Tarja Smura Nurmes Top 10
1992 Kirsi Syrjänen Helsinki
1991 Tanja Vienonen Salo
1990 Tiina Vierto Helsinki
1989 Åsa Lövdahl Helsinki Top 10
1988 Nina Björnström Porvoo
1987 Outi Tanhuanpää Tampere
1986 Tuula Polvi Laupa 4th Runner Up
1985 Marja Kinnunen Jämsä
1984 Anna-Liisa Tilus Himanka
1983 Nina Rekola Nakkila Top 12
1982 Sari Aspholm Vantaa Top 12
1981 Merja Varvikko
1980 Sirpa Viljamaa
1979 Päivi Uitto
1978 Seija Paakkola
1977 Armi Aavikko
1976 Suvi Lukkarinen
1975 Anne Pohtamo Helsinki MISS UNIVERSE 1975
1974 Johanna Raunio 2nd Runner Up
1973 Raija Stark
1972 Maj-Len Eriksson
1971 Pirjo Laitila 2nd Runner Up
1970 Ursula Rainio
1969 Harriet Eriksson 1st Runner Up
1968 Leena Brusiin 2nd Runner Up
1967 Ritva Lehto 3rd Runner Up
1966 Satu Östring 1st Runner Up
1965 Virpi Miettinen 1st Runner Up
1964 Sirpa Suosmaa Top 10
1963 Riitta Kautiainen Top 15
1962 Aulikki Järvinen 2nd Runner Up
1961 Ritva Wächter
1960 Maija-Leena Manninen
1959 Tarja Nurmi Did not compete
1958 Pirkko Mannola Did not compete
1957 Marita Lindahl Did not compete
1956 Mirva Arvinen Did not compete
1955 Sirkku Talja
1954 Lenita Airisto
1953 Teija Anneli Sopanen
1952 Armi Helena Kuusela Muhos MISS UNIVERSE 1952

Miss World Finland[edit]

Year Miss Finland Placement Special Awards
2017 TBA TBA
2016 Heta Sallinen
2015 Carola Miller
2014 Krista Haapalainen Top 25 Miss World Sport
2013 Maija Kerisalmi
2012 Sabina Särkkä
2011 Sara Sieppi
2010 Anne Nurminen
2009 Sanna Anniina Kankaanpää
2008 Linda Wikstedt
2007 Linnea Eerica Annikki Aaltonen
2006 Jenniina Elva Kristina Tuokko
2005 Elina Nurmi Did not compete
2004 Nina Johanna Tikanmäki
2003 Katri Johanna Hynninen
2002 Hannenn Hynynen
2001 Jenni Dahlman
2000 Salima Anita Peippo
1999 Maria Laamanen
1998 Maaret Saija Nousiainen
1997 Minna Lehtinen
1996 Hanna Hirvonen
1995 Terhi Koivisto
1994 Mia Marianne Forsell
1993 Janina Frostell Top 15
1992 Petra Enrika Von Hellens Top 15
1991 Nina Autio
1990 Nina Björkfelt 3rd Runner Up
1989 Åsa Lövdahl
1988 Nina Björnström
1987 Minna Rinnetmäki
1986 Satu-Riitta Alaharja
1985 Marja Kinnunen
1984 Anna-Liisa Tilus Top 15
1983 Marita Pekkala
1982 Sari Aspholm 1st Runner Up
1981 Pia Nurminen
1980 Ritva Helena Tamio
1979 Tuire Pentikäinen
1978 Eija Laaksonen Top 15
1977 Asta Seppälä Top 15
1976 Merja Tammi 4th Runner Up
1975 Leena Kaarina Vainio Top 15
1974 Talvikki Ekman
1973 Seija Mäkinen
1972 Anneli Björkling 5th Runner Up
1971 Mirja Halme
1970 Hannele Hamara
1969 Päivi Raita Top 15
1968 Leena Sipilä
1967 Hedy Rännäri
1966 Marita Gellman
1965 Raija Salminen Top 16
1964 Maila Maria Östring
1963 Marja-Liisa Ståhlberg 2nd Runner Up
1962 Kaarina Leskinen 1st Runner Up
1961 Ritva Wächter Top 15
1960 Margareta Schaouman
1959 Margit Jaatinen
1958 Eva-Maija Sariola Did not compete
1957 Marita Lindahl MISS WORLD 1957
1956 Sirpa Koivu
1955 Mirva Arvinen
1954 Yvonne de Bruyn
1953 Maija-Riitta Tuomaala
1952 Eva Hellas 3rd Runner Up

Miss International Finland[edit]

Year Miss Finland Placement Special Awards
2017 TBA TBA
2016 Emilia Seppänen Top 15
2015 Saara Ahlberg
2014 Milla Romppanen 4th Runner Up
2013 Helianna Ylimaula
2012 Viivi Suominen 1st Runner Up
2011 Niina Lavonen
2010 Susanna Turja
2009 Linda Wikstedt Top 15
2008 Janna Tannilla
2007 Joanna Väre
2006 Karoliina Yläjoki
2005 Susanna Laine 2nd Runner Up
2004 Henna Ylilauri
2003 Suvi Hartlin 2nd Runner Up
2002 Katariina Kulve
2001 Hanna Pajulammi
2000 Kati Nirkko Top 15
1999 Saija Palin 2nd Runner Up
1998 Piia Hartikainen Top 15 Miss Friendship
1997 Maria Hietanen
1996 Ulrika Wester
1995 Susanne Tasa Did not compete
1994 Marja Vuoristo
1993 Arlene Kotala
1992 Tiina Salmesvirta Top 15
1991 Päivi Hytinkoski
1990 Anu Yli-Mäenpää Top 15
1989 Minna Kittilä
1988 Sari Pääkkönen Top 15
1987 Niina Kärkkäinen
1986 Maarit Salomäki
1985 Marjukka Tontti Top 15
1984 Tiina Hyvärinen Top 15
1983 Niina Kesäniemi
1982 Aino Summa Top 15
1981 Merja Varvikko
1980 Paula Nieminen
1979 Käte Nyberg 3rd Runner Up
1978 Hymy Marja Suuronen
1977 Arja-Liisa Lehtinen
1976 Maarit Leso
1975 Eeva Mannerberg 1st Runner Up
1974 Johanna Raunio 2nd Runner Up
1973 Anneli Björkling MISS INTERNATIONAL 1973
1972 Tarja Annikki Leskinen Top 15
1971 Hannele Halme 4th Runner Up
1970 Irene Karvola
1969 Satu Charlotta Östring 1st Runner Up Miss Photogenic
1968 Satu Kostiainen
1967 Terttu Ronkainen Top 15
1966 Not held (allocated to 1967)
1965 Esti Åstring Top 15
1964 Maila Maria Östring 4th Runner Up
1963 Anneli Rantala
1962 Eeva Malinen Top 15
1961 Marja Ryönä Top 15
1960 Marketta Nieminen

Hosts[edit]

  • Hugo Ahlberg-1967
  • Tauno Äijälä-1968
  • Teppo Ivaska-1970
  • Yvonne de Bruyn-1973
  • Helena Korhonen-1980
  • Sirpa Viljamaa-1984
  • Pirkko Mannola-1986

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Miss Suomi Kilpailu 2016 is Shirly Karvinen". Retrieved 14 May 2016. 
  2. ^ "Miss Finland 2011, Pia Pakarinen". hs.fi. March 5, 2011. Retrieved 6 March 2011. 
  3. ^ "Viivi Pumpanen crowned Miss Finland 2010". Helsingin Sanomat. March 2010. Retrieved 26 November 2010. 
  4. ^ "Essi Pöysti chosen Miss Finland 2009". Helsingin Sanomat. March 2, 2009. Retrieved 26 November 2010. 
  5. ^ "Surprise!". Iltalehti. February 10, 2007. Retrieved 26 November 2010. 
  6. ^ Muistatko vielä Miss Suomi 2006 Ninni Laaksosen? Tältä hän näyttää nyt! published 3 June 2016, retrieved 28 October 2016

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