Ecuador at major beauty pageants

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This is a list of Ecuador's official representatives and their placements at the Big Four international beauty pageants. The country has won three victories:

  • One — Miss International crown (2011)
  • Two — Miss Earth crowns (2011 • 2016)

Ecuador's Big Four titleholders[edit]

Color Key
  •      Miss Universe winner
  •      Miss World winner
  •      Miss International winner
  •      Miss Earth winner
  •      Ended as Runner-up or Finalist
  •      Ended as one of the Semi-finalists or Quarter-finalists
YEAR MISS UNIVERSE MISS WORLD MISS INTERNATIONAL MISS EARTH
2021 TBA Ámar Pacheco
TBA
TBA TBA
2020 Leyla Espinoza ↑ No Pageant Held Gabriela Monsalve
2019 Cristina Hidalgo María Idrovo Alegria Tobar Antonella Paz
2018 Virginia Limongi Nicole Ocles Michelle Huet
Top 8
Diana Valdivieso
2017 Daniela Cepeda Romina Zeballos Jocelyn Mieles
Top 8
Lessie Giler
2016 Connie Jiménez Mirka Cabrera Ivanna Abad Katherine Espín
WINNER
2015 Francesca Cipriani Camila Marañón
Top 20
Daniela Armijos Ángela Bonilla
2014 Alejandra Argudo Virginia Limongi Carla Prado María José Maza
2013 Constanza Báez
2nd Runner-Up
Laritza Párraga Nathaly Arroba
Top 15
Ana María Weir
2012 Carolina Aguirre Cipriana Correia Tatiana Loor Tatiana Torres
2011 Claudia Schiess Verónica Vargas Fernanda Cornejo
WINNER
Olga Alava
WINNER
2010 Lady Mina Ana Galarza Andrea Suárez Jennifer Pazmiño
1st Runner-Up/Resigned
2009 Sandra Vinces Gabriela Ulloa Isabella Chiriboga Diana Delgado
2008 Doménica Saporitti Marjorie Cevallos Jennifer Pazmiño
Top 12
Andrea Carolina León
2007 Lugina Cabezas Valeska Saab
Top 16
Jéssica Ortíz Verónica Ochoa
2006 Catalina López Rebeca Flores Denisse Rodríguez Magdalena Stahl Hurtado
2005 Ximena Zamora Marielisa Marques Bianca Salame Cristina Reyes
Top 16
2004 Susana Rivadeneira
Top 10
Cristina Reyes Irene Zunino Luisa Barrios
2003 Andrea Jácome Mayra Rentería × Isabel Ontaneda
2002 Isabel Ontaneda Jéssica Angulo Isabel Ontaneda ↑ No Pageant Held
(established in 2001 in Manila, Philippines. Ecuador sent their first delegate in 2003.)
2001 Jéssica Bermúdez Carla Revelo ×
2000 Gabriela Cadena Ana Murillo ×
1999 Carolina Alfonso Sofía Morán ×
1998 Soraya Hogonaga Vanessa Graf ×
1997 María José López Clío Olaya ×
1996 Mónica Chalá Jennifer Graham ×
1995 Radmila Pandzic Ana Trujillo ×
1994 Mafalda Arboleda Diana Noboa ×
1993 Arianna Mandini Danna Saab ×
1992 Soledad Diab Stephanie Krumholz ×
1991 Diana Neira Suanny Bejarano ×
1990 Jéssica Núñez × ×
1989 Eugenia Molina Ximena Correa ×
1988 Cecilia Pozo Cristina López ×
1987 María Barrero Cecilia Pozo ×
1986 Verónica Sevilla Alicia Cucalón
Top 7
×
1985 Elena Stangl María De Veintemilla ×
1984 Leonor Gonzenbach Sol Corra ×
1983 Mariela García Martha Lascano ×
1982 Lorena Burgos Gianna Machiavello ×
1981 Lucía Vinueza
Top 12
Lucía Vinueza ×
1980 Leslie Rivas Gabriela Rios ×
1979 Margarita Plaza Olba Padilla ×
1978 Mabel Ceballos Antonieta Campodonico ×
1977 Lucía Hernández Lucía Hernández ×
1976 Gilda Plaza Marie Fontaine ×
1975 Ana Wray × ×
1974 × Silvia Jurado ×
1973 × × ×
1972 Susana Jaramillo Patricia Falcon Lucía Hernández
1971 Ximena Moreno Cecilia Gómez Susana Castro
1970 Zoila Montesinos Sofía Monteverde
Top 15
Lourdes Hernández
Top 15
1969 Rosana Vinueza Ximena Aulestia Alexandra Swanberg
1968 Priscila Alava Marcia Ramos Enriqueta Valdez
1967 × Laura Baquero Laura Baquero
1966 Martha Andrade Alexandra Vallejo ↑ No Pageant Held
1965 Patricia Ballesteros Corine Corral Eugenia Mosquera
1964 Tanya Klein Lourdes Vallejo Agustina Mendoza
1963 Patricia Cordova × Tania Valle
1962 Elaine Ortega Elaine Ortega Margarita Arosemena
Top 15
1961 Yolanda Palacios Magdalena Dávila Elaine Ortega
1960 Isabel Rolando Rosa Rodríguez Magdalena Davila
1959 Carlota Ayala ↑ No Pageant Held
(established in 1951 in England, United Kingdom. Ecuador sent their first delegate in 1960.)
↑ No Pageant Held
(established in 1960 in California, United States and transferred in 1968 in Tokyo, Japan.)
1958 Alicia Vallejo
1957 Patricia Benítez
1956 Mercedes Flores
1955 Leonor Carcache
↑ No Pageant Held
(established in 1952 in California, United States and transferred in 1960 in Florida, United States. Ecuador send their first delegate in 1955.)


× Did not compete
No pageant held

Pageant Placements Best result
Miss Universe 3 2nd Runner-Up (2013)
Miss World 4 Top 7 (1986)
Miss International 7 Winner Star*.svg (2011)
Miss Earth 4 Winner Star*.svg (2011 • 2016)
Total 18 3 TITLES

See also[edit]

  • Miss Ecuador
  • Miss World Ecuador
  • Miss Earth Ecuador

References[edit]


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