Miss World 1992

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Miss World 1992
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Miss World 1992 Titlecard
Date 12 December 1992
Presenters Billy Dee Williams, Jerry Hall, Doreen Morris, Suanne Braun, Deborah Shelton
Venue Sun City Entertainment Center, Sun City, South Africa
Broadcaster E!, SABC
Entrants 83
Placements 10
Debuts Croatia, Russia, Slovenia, Ukraine
Withdrawals Belize, Ghana, Honduras, Kenya, Peru, Yugoslavia
Returns Bermuda, Canada, Hong Kong, Seychelles, Sri Lanka, Uganda, Zambia
Winner Julia Kourotchkina
 Russia
← 1991
1993 →

Miss World 1992, the 42nd edition of the Miss World pageant, was held on 12 December 1992 at the Sun City Entertainment Center in Sun City, South Africa. The winner was Julia Kourotchkina from Russia.[1][2] She was crowned by Miss World 1991, Ninibeth Leal of Venezuela.

Results[edit]

Countries and territories which sent delegates and results for Miss World 1992[1][3]

Placements[edit]

Final results Contestant
Miss World 1992
1st runner-up
2nd runner-up
Top 5
Semi-finalists
  •  Bahamas – Jody Weech
  •  Denmark – Anja Hende Brond
  •  Finland – Petra von Hellens
  •  Israel – Ravit Asaf
  •  United States – Sharon Belden

Continental Queens of Beauty[edit]

Continental Group Contestant
Africa
Americas
  •  Venezuela – Francis Gago
Asia & Oceania
  •  Thailand – Metinee Kingpayome
Caribbean
  •  Bahamas – Jody Weech
Europe

Contestants[edit]

Nation Contestant Hometown
 American Virgin Islands Leah Webster St. Thomas
 Argentina Claudia Andrea Bertona Cordoba
 Aruba Solange Noelle Nicolaas Savaneta
 Australia Rebecca Simic Sydney
 Austria Kerstin Kinberg Graz
 Bahamas Jody Barbara Weech Bimini
 Belgium Sandra Joine Antwerp
 Bermuda Dianne Lorraine Mitchell Pembroke
 Bolivia Verónica Pino Tarija
 Brazil Priscilla Maria Furlan Sao Paulo
 British Virgin Islands Bisa Smith Tortola
 Bulgaria Elena Draganova Sofia
 Canada Nina Khilji Toronto
 Cayman Islands Pamela Joanne Ebanks Grand Cayman
 Chile Paula Caballero Fernández Santiago
 Republic of China Cheng Wei-Wei Taipei
 Colombia Wguerddy Alejandra Oviedo Vargas San Andrés
 Costa Rica Marisol Soto Alarcón San Jose
 Croatia Elena Šuran Rovinj
 Curaçao Cristina Bakhuis Willemstad
 Cyprus Maria Kountouris Nicosia
 Czechoslovakia Gabriela Harsanyova Košice
 Denmark Anja Hende Brond Aalborg
 Dominican Republic Gina María Rojas Mañón Concepción de La Vega
 Ecuador Stephanie Krumholz de Menezes Guayaquil
 El Salvador Raquel Cristina Durán San Salvador
 Finland Petra Enrika von Hellens Turku
 France Linda Hardy Nantes
 Germany Carina Jope Frankfurt
 Gibraltar Michelle Torres Gibraltar
 Greece Eugenia Paschalidi Athens
 Greenland Laali Lyberth Nuuk
 Guam Michelle Cruz Santa Rita
 Guatemala Ana María Johanis Iglesias Guatemala City
 Holland Gabrielle van Nimwegen Valkenburg
 Hong Kong Patsy Lau Yan-Ling New Territories
 Hungary Bernadette Papp Szombathely
 Iceland María Rún Hafliðadóttir Reykjavík
 India Celine Shyla Lopez Bangalore
 Ireland Sharon Ellis Cork
 Israel Ravit Asaf Tel Aviv
 Italy Paola Irrera Messina
 Jamaica Julie Anne Bradford Houghton Kingston
 Japan Kaoru Kikuchi Tokyo
 Korea Lee Mi-young Seoul
 Latvia Zane Valicka Cēsis
 Lebanon Nicole Bardawil Keserwan
Bandeira do Leal Senado.svg Macau Ho Lok-I Macau
 Malaysia Fazira Wan Chek Kuala Lumpur
 Malta Noelene Micallef Fgura
 Mauritius Sarasvadee Rengassamy Central Flacq
 Mexico Carmen Lucía Lehman Fernández Mérida
 Namibia Linda Sharon Schulz Windhoek
 New Zealand Karly Donne Kinnaird Dunedin
 Nigeria Sandra Guenefred Petgrave Lagos
 Norway Kjersti Brakestad Oslo
 Panama Michelle Marie Harrington Hasbún Panama City
 Paraguay Lourdes Magdalena Zaracho Asuncion
 Philippines Marina Pura Santos Benipayo Manila
 Poland Ewa Wachowicz Krakow
 Portugal Fernanda Manuela Santos Lisbon
 Puerto Rico Lianabel Rosario Centeno Trujillo Alto
 Romania Camelia Ilie Bucharest
 Russia Julia Kourotchkina[1] Shcherbinka
 Seychelles Myrna Chantal Hoareau La Digue
 Singapore Jennifer Wong Singapore
 Slovenia Natasa Abram Koper
 South Africa Amy Kleinhans Cape Town
 Spain Samantha Torres Waldron Ibiza
 Sri Lanka Ishara Abelashini Makolange Colombo
 Swaziland Candy Litchfield Mbabane
 Sweden Ulrika Johansson Sollentuna
  Switzerland Valerie Bovard La Tour-de-Peilz
 Thailand Metinee Kingpayome Bangkok
 Trinidad & Tobago Renee Garib St. Joseph
 Turkey Ozlem Kaymaz Istanbul
 Uganda Olga Nampima Rukungiri
 Ukraine Oksana Sabo Kiev
 United Kingdom Claire Elizabeth Smith Chester
 United States Sharon Flynn Belden Miami
 Uruguay Leonora Irene Dibueno Fenocchi Montevideo
 Venezuela Francis del Valle Gago Aponte Maturín
 Zambia Elizabeth Mwanza Lusaka

Judges[edit]

Miss World 1992 contestants were evaluated by a panel of judges.[4] Some of them included:

Notes[edit]

Debuts[edit]

  •  Croatia
  •  Russia
  •  Slovenia
  •  Ukraine

Returns[edit]

  • Last competed in 1974:
    •  Zambia
  • Last competed in 1975:
    •  Seychelles
  • Last competed in 1989:
    •  Bermuda
    •  Uganda
  • Last competed in 1990:
    •  Canada
    •  Hong Kong
    •  Sri Lanka

Replacemets[edit]

  •  PhilippinesMarina Santos Benipayo was a last minute replacement for original representative Marilen Espino who had to withdraw due to an illness just days before her departure.

Withdrawals[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]