Mister World Titleholders

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Mister World 1996 – Belgium (Tom Nuyens)

Mister World 1996 the first edition of the Mister World Pageant was held on September 20, 1996 , in Istanbul, Turkey. About 50 countries competed for the title. Tom Nuyens of Belgium crowned as the very first Mister World in 1996.

Mister World 1996: Belgium – Tom Nuyens
1st Runner-up: Mexico – Gabriel Soto
2nd Runner-up: Turkey – Karahan Çantay

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Mister World 1998 – Venezuela (Sandro Finoglio)

Mister World 1998, the second edition of the Mister World pageant, was held on September 18, 1998 in the Tróia Peninsula, Grândola, Portugal. Tom Nuyens of Belgium crowned his successor Sandro Finoglio of Venezuela.

Mister World 1998: Venezuela – Sandro Finoglio
1st Runner-up: Puerto Rico – Germán Cardoso
2nd Runner-up: France – Gregory Rossi

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Mister World 2000 – Uruguay (Ignacio Kliche)

Mister World 2000, the third edition of the Mister World pageant was held in Crieff Hydro Hotel, Perthshire, Scotland on October 13, 2000. Sandro Finoglio of Venezuela crowned his successor Ignacio Kliche of Uruguay.

Mister World 2000: Uruguay – Ignacio Kliche
1st Runner-up: Germany – Marcello Barkowski
2nd Runner-up: USA – Dante Spencer

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Mister World 2003 – Brazil (Gustavo Gianetti)

Mister World 2003, the fourth edition of the Mister World pageant was held at the Brewery Hall, London, England on August 9, 2003. Ignacio Kliche of Uruguay crowned his successor Gustavo Narciso Gianetti of Brazil.

Mister World 2003: Brazil – Gustavo Narciso Gianetti
1st Runner-up: Lebanon – Assaad Tarabay
2nd Runner-up: Belgium – Fabien Hauquier

Top 5 Finalists
-Barbados – Ronnie Morris
-Mexico – José Luis Reséndez Santos
Top10 Semi-finalists
-Aruba – Kevin Osmond Halley
-China PR – Shuang Jian Zhou
-Malta – Matthew Saliba
-Singapore – Julian Hee Lic-Hua
-Venezuela – Andrés Eduardo Mistage Parilli

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Mister World 2007 – Spain (Juan García Postigo)

Mister World 2007, the fifth edition of the Mister World pageant, was held on March 31, 2007 in the tropical island of Sanya, People’s Republic of China. Gustavo Gianetti of Brazil crowned his successor Juan Garcia Postigo of Spain.

Mister World 2007 was televised around the globe. The event was live from the Crown of Beauty Theater. Over the weeks of the competition, the men were tested on their strength, perseverance, mental agility and determination.

Mister World 2007: Spain – Juan García Postigo
1st Runner-up: Brazil – Lucas Gil
2nd Runner-up: China PR – Lejun Tony Jiang
Top5 Finalists
-Costa Rica – Alonso Fernández Alvarez
-Chile – Patricio Laguna
Top12 Semi-finalists
-Austria – Matthias Thaler
-India – Kawaljit Anand Singh
-Lebanon – Anthony Hakim
-Nigeria – Ikenna Bryan Okwara
-Puerto Rico – Romeo Quiñones
-South Africa – Dieter Voigt
-Ukraine – Ievgen Dudin

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Mister World 2010 – Ireland (Kamal Ibrahim)

Mister World 2010 was the sixth edition of the Mister World male pageant. It was held at Incheon, Korea, the competition began on March 11, 2010 and the final was held at Songdo Convensia on March 27, 2010. 74 delegates competed from all around the world. Juan García Postigo of Spain crowned Kamal Ibrahim of Ireland as the new Mister World 2010 at the end of the event.

Mister World 2010: Ireland – Kamal Ibrahim
1st runner-up: Czech Republic – Josef Karas
2nd runner-up: Nigeria – Kenneth Okolie
Top 5 finalists
-Lebanon – Abdel Rahman Balaa
-Netherlands – Honza Filipi
Top 15 semifinalists
-Brazil – Jonas Sulzbach
-Germany – Michael Piechler
-Greece – Lampros Danas
-Guadeloupe – Emmanuel Binga
-India – Inder Bajwa
-Korea – Ji-Kwang Yoo
-Mexico – Alvaro Álvarez
-Northern Ireland – Matthew Poole
-Venezuela – José Manuel Flores
-Wales – Jonny Rees

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Mister World 2012 – Colombia (Francisco Escobar)

Mister World 2012, the seventh edition of the Mister World pageant, was held at the Kent County Showground, Kent, England, on November 24, 2012.[2] Kamal Ibrahim of Ireland crowned Francisco Escobar of Colombia as the new Mister World at the end of the event, with Philippines’ Andrew Wolff being the first runner up and Ireland Leo Delaney as the second.

Mister World 2012: Colombia – Francisco Escobar
1st runner-up: Philippines – Andrew Wolff
2nd runner-up: Ireland — Leo Delaney
Top 10
-Belgium – Gianni Sennesael
-Canada – Frankie Cena
-Croatia – Vanja Grgec
-England – Roland Johnson
-Lebanon – Rodolphe Bou Nader
-Peru – Rodrigo Fernandini
-Vietnam – Truong Nam Thành

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Mister World 2014 -Denmark (Nicklas Pedersen)

Mister World 2014, the eighth edition of the Mister World pageant, was held at The Riviera International Conference Centre, Torbay, Devon, England on June 15, 2014.[4] Francisco Escobar of Colombia crowned his successor, Nicklas Pedersen of Denmark, at the end of the event.

Mister World 2014: Denmark — Nicklas Pedersen
1st runner-up: Nigeria — Emmanuel Ikubese
2nd runner-up: Mexico — José Pablo Minor
Top 10
-Curaçao — Zuemarik Veeris
-England — Jordan Williams
-India — Prateik Jain
-Moldova — Valeriu Gutu
-Netherlands — Demian Overduijn
-Puerto Rico — Alberto Martínez
-Ukraine — Bohdan Yusypchuk

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Mister World 2016 – India (Rohit Khandelwal)

Mister World 2016, the 9th edition of the Mister World
pageant, held at the Floral Hall of the Southport Convention
Centre in Southport, England on July 19, 2016. Nicklas
Pedersen from Denmark crowned his successor Rohit Khandelwal
from India at the end of the event. This is the first time
that India won the title of Mister World and the first Asian
to win the title.

Mister World 2016: India – Rohit Khandelwal
1st runner-up: Puerto Rico – Fernando Álvarez
2nd runner-up: Mexico – Aldo Esparza
Top 5
-England – Christopher Bramell
-Kenya – Kevin Owiti
Top 10
-Brazil – Lucas Montandon
-China PR – Chang Zhousheng
-El Salvador – David Arias
-Poland – Rafał Jonkisz
-Scotland – Tristan Harper

 

 

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