Miss Nederland

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Miss Nederland Organisatie
Motto Hét mooiste meisje van Nederland
Formation 1991
Type Beauty pageant
Headquarters Amsterdam
Location
Membership
Miss Universe
Official language
Dutch
President
Kim Kötter
Website www.missnederland.nl

Miss Universe Nederland is a national Beauty pageant in the Netherlands.

History[edit]

Former pageant[edit]

In 1929-1931 Netherlands held for the first time of national pageant in Amsterdam. It called as "Miss Holland" contest. In 1932-1949 the pageant was stopped and continued in 1951 by Miss Holland Organization.[1]

In 1951 the Netherlands debuted at the Miss World and Miss Universe in 1956. The national beauty pageant was called "Miss Holland" from 1950 until 1990, since that year the winner competed at the Miss Universe, while runners-up traditionally competed at the Miss World and Miss International. Since 1991 it became known as "Miss Nederland" whose winner went to Miss World pageant. In 1991-2008 Miss Universe representatives selected from "Miss Universe Netherlands" pageant. It was live showed on Veronica television.[2][3]

Miss Nederland Organisation[edit]

In 2009, Kim Kötter became national director of the Netherlands, she was competed at the Miss Universe 2002 in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Usually, Miss Nederland titleholder will compete both at the Miss Universe and Miss World pageant. In 2013, two winners were crowned as the Miss Netherlands Universe and Miss Netherlands World to represent their country at the Miss Universe and Miss World pageants, respectively. In 2016, the Miss Nederland has only had Miss Universe franchise.

Titleholders[edit]

Below are list of Miss Universe Netherlands winners since 1991.

Year Miss Nederland Region
1991 Paulien Huizinga Utrecht
1992 Vivian Jansen North Brabant
1993 Angelique van Zalen North Holland
1994 Irene van de Laar South Holland
1995 Chantal van Woensel Zeeland
1996 Marja de Graaf Drenthe
1998 Jacqueline Rotteveel North Holland
2000 Chantal van Roessel North Brabant
2001 Reshma Roopram South Holland
2002 Kim Kötter Overijssel
2003 Tessa Amber Brix South Holland
2004 Lindsay Pronk North Holland
2005 Sharita Sopacua North Brabant
2008 Charlotte Labee South Holland
2009 Avalon Chanel Weyzig Flevoland
2010 Desirée van den Berg North Holland
2011 Kelly Weekers Limburg
2012 Stephanie Tency North Holland
2013 Yasmin Verheijen North Holland
2015 Jessie Jazz Vuijk North Holland
2016 Zoey Ivory Flevoland
2017 TBA TBA

Miss Nederland at Major pageants[edit]

Representatives at Miss Universe[edit]

Color key
  •      Winner
  •      Runner-up
  •      Finalists or semifinalist

Below are Miss Universe representatives from the Netherlands in under Miss Holland Company (1956-1990), Miss Universe Nederland Organization (1991-2008) and Miss Nederland Organisatie (2009–present). On occasion, when the winner does not qualify (due to age) for either contest, a runner-up is sent.

Year Miss Nederland Placement Special Awards
1956 Rita Schmidt Unplaced
1958 Corine Rottschafer Top 16 Miss Photogenic
1959 Peggy Erwich Unplaced
1960 Carinna Verbeck Unplaced
1961 Gita Kamman Unplaced
1962 Marianne Van Der Hayden Unplaced
1963 Elsa Onstenk Unplaced
1964 Henny Deul Unplaced Best National Costume
1965 Anna Schuit 4th Runner-up
1966 Margo Domen Top 15
1967 Irene van Campenhout Top 15
1968 Nathalie Heyl Unplaced
1969 Welmoed Hollenberg Unplaced
1970 Maureen Renzen Unplaced
1971 Laura Mulder Smid Unplaced
1972 Jenny Ten Wolde Unplaced
1973 Monique Borgeld Unplaced
1974 Nicoline Broeckx Unplaced
1975 Lynda Snippe Unplaced
1976 Nannetje Nielen Unplaced
1977 Ineke Berends Top 10
1978 Karin Ingrid Gustafsson Top 10
1979 Eunice Bharatsingh Unplaced
1980 Karin Gooyer Unplaced
1981 Ingrid Schouten Top 12
1982 Brigitte Dierickx Unplaced
1983 Nancy Lalleman Heynis Unplaced
1984 Nancy Neede Top 10
1985 Brigitte Bergman Unplaced
1986 Caroline Veldkamp Unplaced
1987 Janny Tervelde Unplaced
1988 Annabet Berendsen Unplaced
1989 Angela Visser Miss Universe 1989
1990 Stephanie Halenbeek Unplaced
1991 Paulien Huizinga 1st Runner-up
1992 Vivian Jansen Top 6
1993 Angelique van Zalen Unplaced
1994 Irene van de Laar Unplaced
1995 Chantal van Woensel Unplaced
1996 Marja de Graaf Unplaced
1998 Jacqueline Rotteveel Unplaced
2000 Chantal van Roessel Unplaced
2001 Reshma Roopram Unplaced
2002 Kim Kötter Unplaced
2003 Tessa Amber Brix Unplaced
2004 Lindsay Pronk Unplaced
2005 Sharita Sopacua Unplaced
2008 Charlotte Labee Unplaced
2009 Avalon Chanel Weyzig Unplaced
2010 Desirée van den Berg Unplaced
2011 Kelly Weekers Top 16
2012 Nathalie den Dekker Unplaced Best National Costume
(2nd Runner-up)
2013 Stephanie Tency Unplaced
2014 Yasmin Verheijen 3rd Runner-up
2015 Jessie Jazz Vuijk Unplaced
2016 Zoey Ivory Unplaced
2017 TBA TBA

Representatives at Miss World[edit]

In 1951-1955 Netherlands was competed at the Miss World contest by Miss Holland winners. In 1956-1990 mostly the runners-up of Miss Holland competed at the pageant. While in 1991-2008 the Miss Netherlands selected the official candidate to the Miss World pageant. According to the Miss Holland history, the Netherlands has two Miss World winners in 1959 Corine Rottschäfer of Hoorn and 1962 Catharina Lodders of Haarlem. Since 2009 Miss Nederland by Kim Kotter selects contestant to Miss World. Below are Miss World representatives from the Netherlands in under Miss Nederland Organisatie (2009–present).

Year Miss Nederland Placement Special Awards
1951 Sabine Aime di Angelo Unplaced
1952 Sanny Weitner Unplaced
1953 Yvonne Meijer Unplaced
1954 Conny Harteveld Unplaced
1955 Angelina Kalkhoven Unplaced
1956 Ans van Pothoven Unplaced
1957 Christina van Zijp Unplaced
1958 Lucienne Struve 4th Runner-up
1959 Corine Rottschäfer Miss World 1959
1960 Carina Verbeck Unplaced
1961 Ria van Zuiden Unplaced
1962 Catharina Johanna Lodders Miss World 1962
1963 Hanny Ijsbrants Unplaced
1965 Janny de Knegt Unplaced
1966 Anneke Geerts Unplaced
1967 Monica van Beelen Unplaced
1968 Alida Grootenboer Unplaced
1969 Nente van der Vliet Unplaced
1970 Patricia Hollman Unplaced
1971 Monica Strotmann Unplaced
1972 Monique Borgeld Unplaced
1973 Anna Maria Groot Top 15
1974 Gerarda Sophia Balm Unplaced
1975 Barbara Ann Neefs Unplaced
1976 Stephanie Flatow 5th Runner-up
1977 Ineke Berends 1st Runner-up
1978 Ans van Haaster Unplaced
1979 Nannetje Johanna Nielen Unplaced
1980 Desiree Maria Johanna Nicole Geelen Unplaced
1981 Elena Andreou Unplaced
1982 Irene Maria Petronnella Heinrichs Schell Unplaced
1983 Nancy Lalleman Heynis Unplaced
1984 Nancy Neede Top 15
1985 Brigitte Bergman Unplaced
1986 Janny Tervelde Unplaced
1987 Angelique Johanna Gerarda Cremers Top 12
1988 Angela Visser Unplaced
1989 Liesbeth Caspers Unplaced
1990 Gabrielle Stap Top 10
1991 Linda Egging Unplaced
1992 Gabrielle van Nimwegen Unplaced
1993 Hilda van der Meulen Unplaced
1994 Joshka Bon Unplaced
1995 Didi Schackmann Unplaced
1996 Petra Hoost Unplaced
1997 Sonja Aldina Silva Unplaced
1998 Nerena Ruinemans Unplaced
1999 Ilona Marilyn van Veldhuisen Unplaced
2000 Raja Moussaoui Unplaced
2001 Irena Pantelic Unplaced
2002 Elise Boulogne Top 20
2003 Sanne de Regt Unplaced
2004 Miranda Slabber Unplaced
2005 Monique Plat Unplaced
2006 Sheryl Baas Unplaced Dress Designer (1st Runner-up)
2007 Melissa Sneekes Unplaced
2008 Carmen Kool Unplaced
2009 Avalon-Chanel Weyzig Unplaced
2010 Desirée van den Berg Top 25
2011 Jill Lauren de Robles Unplaced
2012 Nathalie den Dekker Top 15
2013 Jacqueline Steenbeek Top 20 Miss World Sport
2014 Tatjana Maul Top 25
2015 Margot Hanekamp Top 20
2016 Rachelle Reijnders[4] Unplaced

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Miss Holland History". misshollandnow.com. Retrieved 2014.  Check date values in: |access-date= (help)
  2. ^ "Miss Universe Netherlands 1991-1999". misshollandnow.com. Retrieved 2014.  Check date values in: |access-date= (help)
  3. ^ "Miss Universe Netherlands 2000-2008". misshollandnow.com. Retrieved 2014.  Check date values in: |access-date= (help)
  4. ^ "Rachelle Reijnders is Miss World Netherlands 2016". www.thegreatpageantcommunity.com. thegreatpageantcommunity. 7 Nov 2016. 

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