Miss World 1987

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Miss World 1987
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Miss World 1987 Titlecard
Date 12 November 1987
Presenters Peter Marshall, Alexandra Bastedo
Entertainment Rick Astley
Venue Royal Albert Hall, London, UK
Broadcaster Thames Television
Entrants 78[1]
Placements 12
Debuts Belize, Cook Islands
Withdrawals Antigua & Barbuda, British Virgin Islands, Gambia, Sierra Leone
Returns Argentina, Curaçao, Nigeria, Papua New Guinea
Winner Ulla Weigerstorfer[2][3]
 Austria
← 1986
1988 →

Miss World 1987, the 37th edition of the Miss World pageant, was held on 12 November 1987 at the Royal Albert Hall in London, UK. The winner was Ulla Weigerstorfer (Queen of Europe) from Austria.[2][4] She was crowned by Miss World 1986, Giselle Jeanne-Marie Laronde of Trinidad & Tobago. Runner-up was Albani Josefina Lozada Jiménez (Queen of Americas) from Venezuela, and third was Anna Margrét Jónsdóttir from Iceland.

Results[edit]

Countries and territories which sent delegates and results for Miss World 1987[1][2][5]

Placements[edit]

Final results Contestant
Miss World 1987
1st runner-up
2nd runner-up
  •  Iceland – Anna Jónsdóttir[2][5]
3rd runner-up
  •  Poland – Monika Nowosadko[6]
4th runner-up
  •  Colombia – Claudia Escobar
5th runner-up
  •  Argentina – Caterina Ciscato
Semi-finalists
  •  FranceNathalie Marquay
  •  Guam – Francel Manibog
  •  Holland – Angelique Cremers
  •  Hong Kong – Pauline Yeung
  •  Israel – Ya'el Gerthler
  •  Nigeria – Mary Bienoseh

Continental Queens of Beauty[edit]

Continental Group Contestant
Africas
  •  Nigeria – Mary Ngazi Bienoseh
Americas
Asia
  •  Hong Kong – Pauline Yeung
Europe
Oceania
  •  Guam – Francel Maribel Manibog Caracol

Contestants[edit]

Participants from 78 countries participated in Miss World 1987.[1]

Number Nation Contestant Hometown Preliminary Score
01  American Virgin Islands Lisa Pitram St. Thomas 20
02  Argentina Caterina Ciscato[1] La Plata 26
03  Australia Donna Thelma Rudrum Melbourne 18
04  Austria Ulla Weigerstorfer[2][3] Vienna 30
05  Bahamas Indira Regina Wood[1] Nassau[1] 19
06  Barbados Dawn Michelle Waithe Bridgetown 21
07  Belgium Lynn Florentine Wesenbeek Antwerp 19
08  Belize Janine Sylvestre Belize City 18
09  Bermuda Kim Elizabeth Johnston Southampton 18
10  Bolivia Birgit Ellefsen Cochabamba 18
11  Brazil Simone Augusto Costa da Silva Recife 23
12  Canada Tracey Westerholm Vancouver 20
13  Cayman Islands Desiree Ann Hunter Grand Cayman 18
14  Chile Yasna Angélica Vukasovic Álvarez Punta Arenas 25
15  Colombia Claudia Mercedes Escobar Zapata[1] Cali 28
16  Cook Islands Michelle Leone Oberg Rarotonga 18
17  Costa Rica Alejandra Eugenia Martínez Fuentes Cartago 20
18  Curaçao Diana Patricia Fraai Willemstad 18
19  Cyprus Niki Christou Nicosia 18
20  Denmark Zelma Hesselmann Copenhagen 20
21  Dominican Republic Paula del Carmen Lora García[1] Salcedo 24
22  Ecuador Cecilia Pozo Caminer[1] Guayaquil 25
23  El Salvador Claudia Lorena Alvarenga Ruiz San Salvador 18
24  Finland Minna Susanna Rinnetmaki Tampere 22
25  France Nathalie Marquay Mulhouse 20
26  Germany Christiane Kopp Berlin 21
27  Gibraltar Mayte Sanchez Gibraltar 21
28  Greece Helen Moskiou Athens 19
29  Guam Francel Maribel Manibog Caracol Agana 21
30  Guatemala Mabel Daniza Hernández Gutiérrez Chinautla 18
31  Holland Angelique Johanna Gerarda Cremers[1] Schinveld 26
32  Honduras Claudia María Paz Valladares San Pedro Sula 18
33  Hong Kong Pauline Yeung Bo-Ling Hong Kong Island 24
34  Iceland Anna Margrét Jónsdóttir[1] Reykjavík 28
35  India Manisha Kohli Bombay 21
36  Ireland Adrienne Rock Dublin 21
37  Isle of Man Lesley Elizabeth Henthorn Jurby 21
38  Israel Ya'el Gerthler Rehovot 27
39  Italy Barbara Martinuzzi Turin 21
40  Jamaica Janice Nadine Whittingham Kingston 24
41  Japan Keiko Unno Tokyo 18
42  Kenya Sheila Linda Kegode Nairobi 18
43  Korea Chung Myoung-sun Seoul 19
44  Lebanon Josiane Haddad Beirut 18
45  Luxembourg Claudine Atten Erpeldange 21
46 Bandeira do Leal Senado.svg Macau Olívia Ana Maria do Rosário Macau 18
47  Malaysia Sheela Shankar Kuala Lumpur 19
48  Malta Michelle Sciberras Paola 22
49  Mauritius Marie-France Geraldine Mamet Grand Bay 18
50  Mexico Elizabeth Carrillo Iturrios Mazatlán 21
51  New Zealand Karyn Annemarie Therese Metcalf Manukau 18
52  Nigeria Mary Ngazi Bienoseh Benue 19
53  Norway Mette Veiseth Namsos 19
54  Panama María Cordelia Denis Urriola Panama City 20
55  Papua New Guinea Harriet Joan Warren Port Moresby 18
56  Paraguay Lourdes Beatriz Stanley Barranda Hohenhau 21
57  Peru Suzette Marie Woodman Denegri Lima 18
58  Philippines Maria Lourdes Manalili Apostol Manila 23
59  Poland Monika Ewa Nowosadko[6] Kolobrzeg 26
60  Portugal Paula Isabel Leal do Sousa Lisbon 19
61  St. Kitts & Nevis Jennifer Elvina Hensley Basseterre 18
62  St. Vincent & the Grenadines Nicole Camille Hadaway Kingstown 21
63  Singapore Janicia Koh Wee Ling Singapore 18
64  Spain Sonsoles Artigas Medero Las Palmas 23
65  Sri Lanka Priyanjali Marina Frances de Alwis Dehiwala 18
66  Swaziland Phindile Patricia Simelane Mbabane 18
67  Sweden Karin Agneta Trydell Laholm 23
68   Switzerland Gabriela Bigler Bern 18
69  Thailand Benjawan Srilapan Bangkok 18
70  Trinidad & Tobago Maria del Valle Xavier Diego Martin 20
71  Turkey Sebnem Dincgor Istanbul 19
72  Turks & Caicos Edna Elizabeth Smith Grand Turk 18
73  United Kingdom Karen Mellor[1] Barnsley 25
74  United States Clotlide Helen Cabrera Tampa Bay 24
75  Uruguay Mónica Inés Borrea Vicente Montevideo 18
76  Venezuela Albani Josefina Lozada Jiménez[1] Acarigua 28
77  Western Samoa Ainslie Berking Apia 18
78  Yugoslavia Matilda Sazdova Skopje 21

Judges[edit]

Notes[edit]

Debuts[edit]

  •  Belize
  •  Cook Islands

Returns[edit]

Last competed in 1981:

  •  Argentina returned after a 6-year war in the Falkland Islands which brought its dispute against the United Kingdom.
  •  Papua New Guinea

Last competed in 1985:

  •  Curaçao
  •  Nigeria

Withdrawals[edit]

  •  British Virgin Islands – because of the national pageant postponement
  •  Sierra Leone – because of the national pageant postponement

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m "The Free Lance-Star". Retrieved 26 January 2016. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g "The Lewiston Journal". Retrieved 26 January 2016. 
  3. ^ a b c "Ulla Weigerstorfer kandidiert für das Team Stronach". vienna.at. Retrieved 26 January 2016.  (in German)
  4. ^ a b "Team Stronach - Eine Miss fuer Stronach". news.at. Retrieved 27 January 2016. 
  5. ^ a b c d "A Brief History Of Miss World In Pictures (slide #14)". The Huffington Post UK. 26 November 2014. Retrieved 27 January 2016. 
  6. ^ a b "Dziś wielka gala Miss Polonia 2010. Głosujmy na Olgę Lackosz z Jasła!". nowiny24.pl. Retrieved 27 January 2016. 

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