Mr Gay Europe

Mr Gay Europe is a male beauty pageant for gay Europeans. It was founded by its former President, Morten Rudå and its current President, Tore Aasheim; and was hosted for the first time in 2005. The competition was held in Oslo, Norway and the winner was Alexander van Kempen from the Netherlands. The following year, Amsterdam was the host city.

Winners.

In 2006 at Amsterdam, Nandor Gyongyosi of Hungary won the title.

Mr Gay Europe Contest 2007 was held in Budapest, August 5, as part of Pride Island Europa, Central and Eastern Europe's largest new International GLBTQ celebration. The winner was Germany's Jackson Netto.

In 2008, again in Budapest, the competition was won by Spain's Antonio Pedro Almijez.[1][2]

In 2009, the competition was held in Oslo and won by Spain's Sergio Lara.[3] In 2010, the competition was supposed to be in Geneva, Switzerland, but was cancelled. In 2011 the competition was in Braşov, Romania. The 2010/2011 winner was Giulio Spatola, from Palermo (Italy).[4]

In 2012, the competition was held in Rome, Italy and won by Miguel Ortiz from Spain.

In 2013, the event was held in Prague and Robbie O'Bara of Ireland won Mr Gay Europe 2013.[5] Robbie is originally from Canada of Canadian/Japanese descent and has returned to that country to start practising as a medical doctor.

In 2014, the competition was held in Austria (14 of June, Bregenz). For the first time in MGE history, the contest took the delegates on a journey through the hosting country. The finale took place in the Bregenzer Festspielhaus. Mr Gay Europe 2014 title goes home to Scandinavia with Jack Johansson of Sweden.[6] The judging panel included Tore Aasheim, the president of Mr. Gay Europe, and Coenie Kukkuk, the Director Africa & Middle East of Mr. Gay World.[7]

In 2015, the competition was cancelled but was rescheduled to be held in Sweden and Norway 29. July to 7. August 2016, starting in Stockholm with the Pride Parade, before journeying west to Trondheim and Oslo. Belgium’s Raf Van Puymbroeck took home the title of Mr Gay Europe 2016.

In 2017, the competition was held in Stockholm, Sweden and won by Matt Rood from England.

In 2018, the competition was held in Warsaw and Poznan in Poland, and was won by Enrique Doleschy from Germany.

Previous winnersEdit

Year Delegate From Venue
2005 Alexander van Kempen   Netherlands Oslo, Norway
2006 Nándi Gyöngyösi   Hungary Amsterdam, Netherlands
2007 Jackson Netto   Germany Budapest, Hungary
2008 Antonio Pedro Almijez   Spain Budapest, Hungary
2009 Sergio Lara   Spain Oslo, Norway
2011 Giulio Spatola   Italy Braşov, Romania
2012 Miguel Ortiz   Spain Rome, Italy
2013 Robbie Obara   Ireland Prague, Czech Republic
2014 Jack Johansson   Sweden Bregenz, Austria
2016 Raf Van Puymbroeck   Belgium Oppdal, Norway
2017 Matt Rood   England Stockholm, Sweden
2018 Enrique Doleschy   Germany Poznan, Poland
2019 Alexander Petrov   Bulgaria Cologne, Germany
2022 Paul Dennison   England Alnwick, England

2018 in Poznan, PolandEdit

Country Contestant Age Height Title
  Denmark NIELS JANSEN[8] 44 179 1st Runner Up
  England PHILLIP DZWONKIEWICZ[9] 36 182 2nd Runner Up
  Germany ENRIQUE DOLESCHY[10] 30 182 Winner
  Ireland GUILHERME SOUZA[11] 25 183
  Poland KAROL PACYNA[12] 22 179
  Ukraine DOMINIK SVECHNIKOV[13] 20 178
  Wales CHRISTOPHER PRICE[14] 26 194

2017 in Stockholm, SwedenEdit

Country Contestant Age Height Title
  Belgium JAIMIE DEBLIECK[15] 18 186
  Bulgaria YUKSEL YUSEINOV[16] 28 173
  Czech Republic DANIEL FRÖHLICH[17] 23 183
  England MATT ROOD[18] 37 172 Winner
  Finland RAMI KIISKINEN[19] 20 178
  Germany NIKO WIRACHMAN[20] 27 178
  Ireland STEPHEN LEHANE[21] 24 178 1st Runner Up
  Poland KACPER SOBIERALSKI[22] 26 178
  Portugal JOAO DE OLIVEIRA[23] 27 170
  Scotland STEVEN WHYTE[24] 39 174 2nd Runner Up
  Slovakia JAROMIR ŠUFR[25] 41 180
  Wales BEN BROWN[26] 28 182

2016 in Oppdal, NorwayEdit

Country Contestant Age Title
  Belgium Raf Van Puymbroeck[27] 21 Winner
  Bulgaria Dimitar Dimitrov[28] 33
  Czech Republic Ladislav Agh[29] 28
  Denmark Danni Sigen[30] 29 2nd Runner Up
  England Joni Valadares[31] 28 1st Runner Up
  Ireland Konrad Im[32] 27
  Poland Andrzej Berg[33] 27
  Slovakia Marek Gajdos[34] 25
  Spain Sergio Diaz Rullo Brasero[35] 26
  Wales Paul Davies[36] 32

2014 in Vienna, AustriaEdit

Country Contestant Age Height Title
  Austria Robert Prolic[37] 23 186 Disqualified
  Belgium David Joest[38] 34 187
  Bulgaria Georgi Todorov[39] 31 176
  Cyprus Kiriakos Spanos[40] 25 183
  Czech Republic Michal[41] 29
  Denmark Christian-Sebastian[42] 24 175 2nd runner-up
  France Olivier Croft[43] 31 184
  Germany Fabrice[44] 22 184
  Ireland Robbie Lawlor[45] 23 181
  Lithuania Minde[46] 28 175
  Northern Ireland Nick Flanagan[47] 22 180 3rd runner-up
  Poland Conrad Filas[48] 26 183
  Sweden Jack Johansson[49] 20 179 Winner[50]
   Switzerland Max Escobar[51] 28 175
  Ukraine Kazza Aivazovskii[52] 29
  United Kingdom Stuart Hatton Jr[53] 29 170 1st runner-up

2013 in Prague, Czech RepublicEdit

Country Contestant Age Height Title
  Austria Patrick Santos 24 184 Sports Challenge 2013
  Belgium Tom Gorris 34 183
  Bulgaria Yanislav Pavlov 32 179
  Czech Republic Marek Zly 34 180
  Denmark Michael Sinan Thomsen 35 181 MGE Congeniality 2013
  Finland Aleks Vehkala 19 182
  France Armando Santos 26 176 MGE Internet Vote (People's Choice) 2013
  Germany Marc Ohmer 30 178
  Ireland Robbie Obara 26 189 Mr Gay Europe 2013, Best Interview & Best Talent
  Italy Alessio Cuvello 25 175
  Netherlands Bobby de Vries 18 184
  Northern Ireland Conor O’Kane 20 173
  Slovakia Jozef Hulina 26 184 MGE Photogenic 2013
  Spain Edgar Moreno 34 181
  Sweden Fritiof Teodor Ingelhammar 20 187 2nd Runner Up & Written Test 2013
   Switzerland Luis Bonfiglio 25 175
  United Kingdom Leroy Williamson 28 187 1st Runner Up & MGE Swimwear 2013

2012 in Rome, ItalyEdit

Country Contestant Age Height Hair Eyes City Occupation Zodiac Interview Talent Written Photo Sport Congeniality Swim Wear Internet Vote Stage Perf. Last Question Total
  Austria Joachim Trauner 29 181 Blond Blue Vienna Area Manager Taurus 3 3
  Belarus Aleksandr Korik 24 176 Black Green Minsk Manager Libra 4
  Bulgaria Chavdar Arsov 25 176 Black Brown Sofia Coach Saggittarius
  Cyprus Kiri Spanos 24 184 Black Brown Nicosia Graduate Leo 1 3
  Czech Republic Tomáš Frýda 24 178 Blond Blue Prague Personal Trainer Leo 1 4 5
  Denmark Jobbe Joller 23 179 Brown Brown Aarhus Student Scorpio
  Estonia Vadim Firsa 22 170 Brown Brown Tallinn Hotel Administrator Virgo
  Finland Janne Tiilikainen 26 175 Blond Blue Helsinki Student Saggittarius 1 3 5 170
  France Remy Frejaville 31 178 Black Brown Montpellier Sales Representative Aries 2 4 2 2 3 174
  Germany Chris Janik 35 178 Brown Blue Cologne Office Clerk Scorpio
  Greece Argyrios Stelios Christakis 29 175 Black Blue Heraklion Hairdresser Cancer 1 1 4
  Ireland Steven Baitson 22 180 Brown Brown Dublin Model / Hairdresser Leo
  Italy Nicholas Menna 27 184 Brown Brown Rome Dancer Gemini 2 3 5 1 1 5 4 181
  Malta Steve Grech 31 178 Brown Blue Birkirkara Retail & Personal Trainer Pisces 4 4 3 5 1 2 195
  Northern Ireland Daniel Hegarty 21 191 Brown Blue Derry Hairdresser Taurus
  Norway Sebastian Okshovd 22 165 Black Brown Beitostølen Kindergarten Assistant Virgo
  Slovakia Martin Lhota 21 168 Red Blue Bratislava Flight Attendant Aries
  Spain Miguel Ortiz 19 183 Black Brown Huelva National Police Student Saggittarius 5 2 2 1 3 1 204
  Sweden Erik da Silva 26 180 Brown Brown Stockholm Model / Laser Technician Taurus 2 2 2
   Switzerland Stephan Bitterlin 43 176 Brown Brown Zurich Dancer / Teacher Cancer 5
  Turkey Denis Hamdi 25 176 Black Brown İstanbul Student Scorpio

2011 in Braşov, RomaniaEdit

Country Contestant Age Height Hair Eyes City Occupation Zodiac Title
  Bulgaria Stanislav Tanchev 36 x Brown Brown Sofia Sportsman (Track & Field & Triathlon) Aquarius
  France Guillaume Barbier 27 190 Blond Brown Paris Student Social Worker Libra
  Iceland Simon Cramer Larsen 26 183 Brown Blue Reykjavík High School Teacher Aries
  Ireland Barry Francis Gouldsbury 27 185 Blond Blue Dublin Hairdresser Aquarius
  Italy Giulio Spatola 26 175 Blond Green Palermo Filmmaker / Hotel Manager Cancer Mr Gay Europe 2011
  Norway Snorre Andreassen 36 x Blond Blue Oslo Hairstylist Pisces
  Romania Nicu Manea 32 172 Brown Brown Curtea de Argeș Human Resources Specialist Aquarius
  Russia Ramin Ismailov 20 181 Black Brown Moscow Psychology Student Capricorn
  Sweden Christo Willesen 25 181 Brown Green Gothenburg Bartender and Waiter Capricorn
  Turkey Aleydin Aliyev 22 169 Black Brown Ankara Ballet and Show Dancer Pisces

Although an edition for 2010 was supposed to be held in Geneva, Switzerland, the edition got cancelled and no contest held in this year.

2009 in Oslo, NorwayEdit

Country Contestant Age Height City Occupation Title
  Belarus Andrei Charkas 23 182 Minsk Shop assistant & journalist
  Belgium Cédric Fievey 26 173 Brussels Production manager Top 12 Semi-finalist
  Bulgaria Radoslav Iliev 22 178 Sofia Student
  Czech Republic Martin Miko 23 192 Častá Bartender
  Denmark Mitchel Nebelong-Ibsen 20 180 Kastrup Stop AIDS worker
  Estonia Madis Räästas 28 180 Tallinn Waiter Top 12 Semi-finalist & Challenge winner
  Germany Dominic Meury 23 180 München Industry Worker
  Iceland Magnus Jonsson 24 184 Reykjanesbær Steward & spinning instructor Top 3 Finalist
  Ireland Jason Masterson 23 165 Tallaght Disability Care Assistant Top 3 Finalist
  Italy Antony Cortinovis 24 183 Bergamo Pizza Man Top 12 Semi-finalist
  Netherlands Jeffrey Zevenbergen 27 190 Ridderkerk Social Worker Top 12 Semi-finalist & MGE People's Choice 2009
  Northern Ireland James Smallman 23 176 Derry Waiter/Bar Man & Call Centre Agent Top 12 Semi-finalist
  Norway Walter Heidkampf 49 184 Oslo Senior Health Officer Top 12 Semi-finalist
  Poland Kamil Szmerdt 21 175 Tychy Bartender
  Portugal André Caldeira Rodrigues 32 180 Lisbon Entrepreneur & financial executive MGE Congeniality 2009
  Romania Andy Claudiu Postica 22 180 Bucharest Hair stylist Top 12 Semi-finalist
  Russia David Baramia 24 180 Vladimir Landscape designer Top 12 Semi-finalist & MGE No 1 Talent 2009
  Slovakia Roman Vašek 21 178 Častá Receptionist
  Slovenia Robert Kulovec Mueller 29 182 Ljubljana Student & web firm business owner
  Spain Sergio Lara 26 180 Barcelona Graduate Mr Gay Europe 2009 & Mr Gay Swimwear 2009
  Sweden Mirza Muhic 28 182 Stockholm Merchandiser & salesman
   Switzerland Ricco Müller 24 174 Zurich Producer Top 12 Semi-finalist
  Turkey Halil Adem Said 25 178 Bursa Receptionist

2008 in Budapest, HungaryEdit

Country Contestant Age Height City Occupation
  Austria Michael Fröhle 24 177 Feldkirch IT-Engineer
  Belgium Lionel Grégoire 23 180 Wemmel Student
  Bulgaria Deyan Kolev 28 176 Varna Student
  Czech Republic Jakub Starý 22 187 Prague Student
  Gran Canaria Dempsey - 26 188 Playa del Ingles Freelance hairdresser
  Hungary Péter Gyökeres 21 170 - -
  Iceland Hreinn Erlingsson 22 171 Hafnarfjördur Student
  Ireland Barry Meegan 29 188 Dublin Consultant
  Italy Fabrizio Caiazza 33 180 Milan Police Officer
  Lithuania Vipas Burnickis 20 179 Vilnius Artist
  Malta Steve Grech 27 178 Cospicua Health & Fitness, Personal trainer
  Netherlands Stefan Onland 20 186 Enschede Student
  Northern Ireland Graeme Williamson 25 191 Belfast Zoo Keeper
  Norway Kai Thomas Ryen Larsen 21 179 Oslo Artist
  Portugal Paulo Almeida 33 178 Lisbon Prison guard
  Romania Alex Ocros 22 177 Bucharest Sale Manager
  Russia Andrey Vernadsky 26 180 Moscow Copyrighter
  Serbia Ivan Maljukanović 19 180 Belgrade Student
  Slovakia Robert Pusztai 18 181 Filakovo Student
  Slovenia Lev Dermota 26 190 Ljubljana Artist
  Spain Antonio Pedro Almijez 22 177 Madrid Lifeguard
  Sweden Joachim Brattfjord Corneliusson 21 185 Lilla Edet Painter
  Wales Matthew Jones 36 183 Caerphilly Health Store Manager
Non Participating
  United Kingdom Tom Jones 26 177 Gosport Wrestler

2007 in Budapest, HungaryEdit

Country Contestant Age Height City Occupation Title
  Azerbaijan Sadikh Ragimov 19 169 Baku Student
  Belgium Jens Taghon 19 178 Koekelare Sales Assistant
  Bulgaria Ivo Krustev 29 181 Sofia Dancer
  Denmark Mikkel Svarre 30 177 Copenhagen Teacher
  France Yori Bailleres 23 173 Paris DJ
  Gran Canaria Leonardo Luíz Murilo 19 180 Maspalomas Promotion Staff
  Germany Jackson Netto 25 177 Stuttgart Student Mr Gay Europe 2007 & Mr Gay Swimwear 2007
  Hungary Deam Ladányi 24 173 Budapest Communications Manager
  Ireland John Rice 23 182 Belfast Restaurant Supervisor 2nd Runner Up
  Israel Shachar Eyal 25 173 Haifa Bartender
  Italy Diego Gerolimi 23 187 Bologna Student
  Lapland Thor-Kjetil Sundbakk 29 165 Kirkenes Nurse
  Macedonia Kiko - 21 178 Skopje Chemist
  Moldova Eugeniu - 24 180 Chişinău Clothing Designer and TV Correspondent
  Netherlands Stefan Onland 19 185 Enschede Social Worker MGE People's Choice 2007
  Northern Ireland Mikey Robinson 21 174 Dublin Communications Executive
  Norway Marius Svela 20 186 Randaberg Soldier MGE No 1 Talent 2007
  Poland Przemysław Rogacki 22 182 Legnica Chef
  Portugal José Marques 23 170 Porto Telecommunications Expert
  Romania Emanuel - 25 175 Bucharest Student
  Serbia Blagoje Bjeloglav 24 183 Niš Student
  Slovenia Lev Dermota 24 190 Ljubljana Student MGE Congeniality 2007
  Spain José Luís Fuster Genovart 24 180 Palma Sales Representative
  United Kingdom Mark Carter 24 181 Bradford Police Officer 1st Runner Up

2006 in Amsterdam, The NetherlandsEdit

Country Contestant Age Height City Occupation
  Austria Aaron Michael Jackson 33 186 Vienna Researcher
  Belgium Bart Hesters 20 182 Lochristi Student Nurse
  Bulgaria Vassil Nikolov 20 185 Plovdiv Student
  Denmark Mikkel Svarre 29 177 Copenhagen Teacher
  France Jules 24 175 Paris Student
  Gran Canaria Edgar González 26 178 Las Palmas Zoo Keeper
  Hungary Nándi Gyöngyösi 29 178 Miskolc Computer Designer
  Ireland Keith Kearney 25 175 Dublin Professional Carpenter
  Italy Salvatore Carfora 22 182 Milan Retail Manager
  Lapland Tobias Johansson 26 179 Piteå Security Engineer
  Lithuania Liūtas Balčiūnas 21 185 Kaunas Bartender
  Macedonia Ivica M. 21 185 Skopje GLBT Activist
  Netherlands Joep Mesman 24 181 Eindhoven Conference Assistant
  Norway Olav Hanto 31 173 Porsgrunn Freelance Actor
  Russia Nikita Kutuzoff 24 180 Moscow Sales Manager
  Sweden Henrik Lindholm 19 197 Helsingborg Student
  Wales Matthew Jones 34 187 Cardiff Sales Manager

2005 in Oslo, NorwayEdit

Country Contestant Age Height Occupation Title
  Austria Aaron Michael Jackson 32 186 Economic Researcher Mr Gay Swimwear 2005
  Bulgaria Ivan Penev 23 179 Student
  Denmark Hugues Maxime Germany 37 185 Chef
  Estonia Urmas Külama 25 184 Restaurant Manager
  Germany Suat Bahçeci 19 174 Student
  Hungary Kyan Smith 21 187 Sales Representative MGE People's Choice 2005
  Italy Alessandro Tamburrino 22 187 Student
  Lapland Erik Berg 21 173 Sales Representative
  Latvia Normunds Beinerts 22 184 Bookeeper
  Norway David Thorkildsen 20 181 Sales Representative
  Netherlands Alexander van Kempen 20 181 Student Mr Gay Europe 2005 & MGE Congeniality 2005
  Sweden Jörgen Tenor 20 184 Stage Technician
   Switzerland Sven Müller 26 178 Office Worker

See alsoEdit

FootnotesEdit

  1. ^ "Gay Men Of Europe Embrace A New Queen". Sydney MX (Australia). July 7, 2008. Spain's Antonio Pedro Almijez is crowned the winner of Mr Gay Europe 2008 at the event's final in Budapest, Hungary. The contest pitted 20 gay men against each other in a bid to be crowned the most attractive gay man on the continent.
  2. ^ Steve Rothaus (July 3, 2008). "Amid petrol bomb attacks, 400 police committed to gay beauty pageant in Budapest". Gay South Florida. While gay activists in Budapest are complaining that the police are not protecting gay businesses in the city, the organisers of Mr Gay Europe have announced they will have "400 policemen and women to protect them during the final." Two gay venues have been attacked with petrol bombs in the last week... Organisers said: "The police will protect the Mr Gay Europe final with a 400 man strong force." The militant protesters have put up a web page with names and addresses of all gay venues in Budapest and already two bars have been attacked with fire bombs.
  3. ^ John McGurk (November 2, 2008). "Waiter served up Mr Gay title". Sunday Life. Waiter James Smallman was crowned at the annual Mr Gay Ireland competition in Dublin last weekend... James will join the Mr Gay Ireland winner, Dublin-based martial arts coach Max Krzyzanowski (37) to compete in the Mr Gay Europe and Mr Gay World contests in Oslo and Vancouver next year.
  4. ^ Giulio Spatola è Mister Gay Europe 2011
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  6. ^ "Newsflash: Mr. Gay Europe 2014 is Incredibly Princely". BuzzFeed.
  7. ^ "Mr Gay Europe is on the road!". 9 June 2014.
  8. ^ "Denmark 2018". 14 June 2018.
  9. ^ "England 2018". 14 June 2018.
  10. ^ "Germany 2018". 18 July 2018.
  11. ^ "Ireland 2018". 13 May 2018.
  12. ^ "Poland 2018". 21 July 2018.
  13. ^ "Ukraine 2018". July 2018.
  14. ^ "Wales 2018". 18 July 2018.
  15. ^ "Belgium 2017". 22 June 2017.
  16. ^ "Bulgaria 2017". 8 May 2017.
  17. ^ "Czech Republic 2017". 18 May 2017.
  18. ^ "England 2017". 4 May 2017.
  19. ^ "Finland 2017". 14 July 2017.
  20. ^ "Germany 2017". 14 July 2017.
  21. ^ "Ireland 2017". 5 May 2017.
  22. ^ "Poland 2017". 14 July 2017.
  23. ^ "Portugal 2017". 2 July 2017.
  24. ^ "Scotland 2017". 5 May 2017.
  25. ^ "Slovak Republic 2017". 3 June 2017.
  26. ^ "Wales 2017". 5 May 2017.
  27. ^ "Belgium 2016". 8 June 2016.
  28. ^ "Bulgaria 2016". 24 May 2016.
  29. ^ "Czech Republic 2016". 24 May 2016.
  30. ^ "Denmark 2016". 30 June 2016.
  31. ^ "England 2016". 24 May 2016.
  32. ^ "Ireland 2016". 7 June 2016.
  33. ^ "Poland 2016". 12 July 2016.
  34. ^ "Slovak Republic 2016". 24 May 2016.
  35. ^ "Spain 2016". 13 July 2016.
  36. ^ "Wales 2016". 24 May 2016.
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