Miss World Guam

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Miss World Guam
Formation 2011
Type Beauty pageant
Headquarters Hagåtña
Location
Membership
Miss World
Official language
English
Website Official website

Miss World Guam is a national pageant that sends representatives to Miss World Pageant.

History[edit]

Miss World Guam was founded in 2011. A separate pageant was launched in 2011 to focus on Miss World only and not other international pageants. On occasion, when the winner does not qualify (due to age) for either contest, a runner-up is sent. Guam was debuted at Miss World in 1971 and represented by Deborah Bordallo Nelson, who placed as the 4th Runner-up. Guam won the crown after the official winner of Miss World 1980, Gabriella Brum, resigned the title. Kimberly Santos became the new Miss World 1980 from Guam.[citation needed]

Titleholders[edit]

Color key
  •      Declared as Winner
  •      Ended as runner-up
  •      Ended as one of the finalists or semifinalists
Year Miss World Guam Placement Special Awards
1971 Deborah Bordallo Nelson Top 15
1972 Maria Louise "Marylou" Pangelinan Top 15
1973 Shirley Ann Brennan Unplaced
1974 Rosemary Laguna Pablo Unplaced
1975 Dora Ann Quintanilla Camacho Unplaced
1976 Diane Marie Roberts Duenas 2nd Runner-up
1977 Diane Haun Unplaced
1978 Elizabeth Clara Tenorio Unplaced
1979 Anne-Marie Kay Franke Unplaced
1980 Kimberly Santos Winner
1981 Rebecca Arroyo Unplaced
1982 Frances Rose Limtiaco Top 15
1983 Geraldine Santos Unplaced
1984 Janet Rachelle Clymer Unplaced
1985 Therese M. Quintanilla Unplaced
1986 Valerie Jean Flores Unplaced
1987 Francel Maribel Manibog Caracol Top 12 Queen of Oceania
1988 Rita Mae Pangelinan Unplaced
1989 Cora Taitano Yanger Unplaced
1990 Mary Esteban Unplaced
1991 Yvonne Marie Limtiaco Speight Unplaced
1992 Michelle Cruz Unplaced
1993 Gina Burkhart Unplaced
1994 Chalorna Freitas Unplaced
1995 Joylyn Muñoz Unplaced
1996 Aileen Maravilla Villanueva Unplaced
2011 Siera Monique Robertson Unplaced
2012 Jeneva Bosko Top 30
2013 Camarin Maria Mendiola Leon Unplaced
2014 Chanel Victoria Cruz Jarrett Unplaced
2015 Aria Perez Theisen Unplaced Miss World Sport (2nd Runner-up)
2016 Phoebe Denight Palisoc Unplaced
2017 Destiny Cruz Unplaced Miss World Talent (Top 20)

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