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Miss World 1993, the 43rd edition of the Miss World pageant, was held on 27 November 1993 at the Sun City Entertainment Centre in Sun City, South Africa. The pageant attracted 81 contestants from all over the world. This is the second consecutive staging of the pageant in Sun City. The winner was Lisa Hanna of Jamaica. She was crowned by Miss World 1992, Julia Kourotchkina of Russia.

Miss World 1993
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Miss World 1993 Titlecard
Date27 November 1993
Presenters
VenueSun City Entertainment Center, Sun City, South Africa
Broadcaster
Entrants81
Placements10
Debuts
Withdrawals
Returns
WinnerLisa Hanna
 Jamaica
← 1992
1994 →
Miss World 1993 titleholder - Lisa Hanna

ResultsEdit

PlacementsEdit

Final results Contestant
Miss World 1993
1st Runner-up
2nd Runner-up
Top 5
Top 10

ContestantsEdit

Nation Contestant Age Hometown
  American Virgin Islands Suzanne Palermo 21 St. Thomas
  Argentina Viviana Carcereri 19 Mendoza
  Aruba Christina van der Berg 18 Noord
  Australia Karen Ann Carwin 23 Brisbane
  Austria Jutta Ellinger 23 Vienna
  Bahamas Jacinda Saye Francis 18 Nassau
  Belgium Stephanie Meire 23 Bruges
  Bermuda Kellie Hall 22 Somerset
  Bolivia Claudia Lorena Arrieta Justiniano 18 Santa Cruz
  Brazil Lylia Virna Menezes Soriano 18 Alagoas
  British Virgin Islands Kaida Donovan 18 Tortola
  Bulgaria Vera Roussinova 17 Sofia
  Canada Tanya Lynn 22 Toronto
  Cayman Islands Audry Elizabeth Ebanks 20 Grand Cayman
  Chile Jessica Miroslava Eterovic Pozas 20 Punta Arenas
  Taiwan Virginia Long Wei-Yen 19 Taipei
  Colombia Silvia Isabel Durán Angarita 23 Bucaramanga
  Costa Rica Laura Odio Salas 19 San José
  Croatia Fani Čapalija 18 Split
  Curaçao Sally Daflaar 19 Willemstad
  Cyprus Maria Magdalini Valianti 19 Larnaca
  Czech Republic Simona Smejkalova 19 Prague
  Denmark Charlotte Als 22 Copenhagen
  Dominican Republic Lynn Alvarez Klinken 21 Concepción de La Vega
  Ecuador Dana Saab Saab 19 Guayaquil
  El Salvador Beatriz Eugenia Henríquez Pinto 21 San Salvador
  Finland Janina Frostell 20 Kuhmo
  France Véronique de la Cruz 19 Guadeloupe
  Germany Petra Klein 19 Ludwigshafen
  Gibraltar Jennifer Jane Ainsworth 18 Gibraltar
  Greece Mania Delou 19 Athens
  Guam Gina Burkhart 18 Sinajana
  Guatemala María Lucrecia Flores Flores 24 Guatemala City
  Holland Hilda van der Meulen 22 Oudeschoot
  Honduras Tania Brüchmann Escoria 18 Tegucigalpa
  Hong Kong May Lam Lei-Mei 20 Hong Kong Island
  Iceland Guðrún Hreiðarsdóttir 19 Reykjavík
  India Karminder Kaur-Virk 20 Chandigarh
  Ireland Pamela Flood 22 Dublin
  Israel Tamara Porat 18 Tel Aviv
  Italy Barbara Chiappini 18 Piacenza
  Jamaica Lisa Hanna[1] 18 Kingston
  Japan Yoko Miyasaka 22 Tokyo
  Korea Lee Seung-yeon 24 Seoul
  Latvia Sigita Rude 19 Liepāja
  Lebanon Ghada El Turk 21 Keserwan
  Lithuania Jurate Mikutaite 21 Kaunas
  Macau Isabela Madeira da Silva Pedruco 20 Macau
  Malaysia Jacqueline Ngu 23 Kuala Lumpur
  Malta Susanne-Mary Borg 17 Mosta
  Mauritius Viveka Babajee 20 Beau Bassin
  Mexico Elizabeth Margain Rivera 22 Mexico City
  Namibia Christalene Barbara Kahatjipara 20 Windhoek
  New Zealand Nicola Johanna Brighty 20 Auckland
  Nigeria Helen Ntukidem 22 Lagos
  Norway Rita Omvik 21 Kongsvinger
  Panama Aracelys Cogley Preston 23 Colón
  Paraguay Claudia Florentín Fariña 19 Asunción
  Philippines Ruffa Gutierrez 19 Manila
  Poland Aleksandra Spieczyńska 19 Wrocław
  Portugal Ana Luisa Barbosa Moreira 20 Porto
  Puerto Rico Ana Rosa Brito Suárez 23 San Juan
  Russia Olga Sysoeva 19 Moscow
  Singapore Desiree Chan Fam Yin 20 Singapore
  Slovakia Dana Vojtechovska 20 Košice
  Slovenia Metka Albrecht 18 Postojna
  South Africa Palesa Jacqueline Mofokeng 21 Soweto
  Spain Araceli García Eugenio 23 Madrid
  Sri Lanka Chamila Wickremesinghe 22 Colombo
  Swaziland Sharon Richards 20 Mbabane
  Sweden Karen Victoria Silvstedt 19 Bollnäs
   Switzerland Patricia Fässler 19 Zürich
  Thailand Matoros Kato Leaudsakda 18 Bangkok
  Trinidad & Tobago Denyse Michelle Paul 23 San Fernando
  Turkey Emel Yildirim 19 Istanbul
  Uganda Linda Bazalaki 20 Kampala
  United Kingdom Amanda Louise Johnson 19 Nottingham
  United States Maribeth Brown 23 Boston
  Uruguay María Fernanda Navarro Guigou 20 Montevideo
  Venezuela Mónica Lei Scaccia 22 Caracas
  Zimbabwe Karen Amanda Stally 19 Harare

JudgesEdit

NotesEdit

DebutsEdit

  •   Czech Republic
  •   Lithuania
  •   Slovakia

ReturnsEdit

  • Last competed in 1982:
    •   Zimbabwe
  • Last competed in 1991:
    •   Honduras

WithdrawalsEdit

  •   China – Wang Yin Tao. She went to Miss World 1994 inserted.
  •   Greenland - Lost their Miss World franchise.
  •   Hungary – Zsanna Pardy - Due lack of sponsor.
  •   Peru – Mónika Sáez Grimm - Due lack of sponsor.
  •   Romania – Adriana Silagy - Due lack of sponsor.
  •   Ukraine – Irina Barabash (Chernomaz) - Actually she was a married woman.[3] She later competed at Miss Universe 1995.
  •   Zambia – No contest.

ReplacementsEdit

  •   Russia – Anna Baychik - Unable to compete internationally due underage.[4]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "The Day".
  2. ^ "Hanna to be Miss World judge - Entertainment". Jamaica Observer. Retrieved 30 January 2016.
  3. ^ http://www.segodnya.ua/culture/showbiz/micc-ukraina-7-pobeditelnits-%E2%80%94-c-oliharkhami-4-%E2%80%94-ne-u-del.html
  4. ^ The Moscow Times