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Miss Grand International 2018

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Miss Grand International 2018 was the 6th Miss Grand International pageant, held on October 25, 2018 at The One Entertainment Park in Yangon, Myanmar. Maria Jose Lora of Peru crowned her successor Clara Sosa of Paraguay at the end of the event.[1][2]

Miss Grand International 2018
Clara Sosa on FarangDay.jpg
DateOctober 25, 2018
Presenters
  • Xian Lim
Venue Myanmar The One Entertainment Park Yangon, Myanmar
Broadcaster
  • Facebook live
  • ChinaWSM
  • MyanmarMWD Series
  • MyanmarMVM
  • LaosMV Lao HD
  • CambodiaTV3
  • United StatesDirec TV Network
  • ThailandMV Fivel
  • VietnamLetViet
Entrants75
Placements20
Debuts
  • Cape Verde
  • Cook Islands
  • Zambia
Withdrawals
Returns
  • Albania
  • El Salvador
  • Ghana
  • Kazakhstan
  • Kosovo
  • Moldova
  • Norway
  • Poland
  • Suriname
  • Taiwan
WinnerClara Sosa
 Paraguay
Best National CostumeAndrea Moberg
 Peru
← 2017
2019 →

Background[edit]

Miss Grand International 2018 held on October 25, 2018 at The One Entertainment Park in Yangon, Myanmar.

Miss Grand International 2018 winners are required to relocate to Thailand for the duration of their term of office for one year in order to Carry out missions and resist war and violence in all forms according to the campaign "Stop the War and Violence" of the contest.

Results[edit]

Placements[edit]

Final results Contestant
Miss Grand International 2018
  •  ParaguayClara Sosa
1st Runner-Up
  •  India –Meenakshi Chaudhary
2nd Runner-Up
  •  Indonesia –Nadia Purwoko
3rd Runner-Up
  •  Puerto Rico –Nicole Colon
4th Runner-Up
  •  Japan –Haruka Oda
Top 10
  •  Dominican Republic –Meyte Brito
  •  Mexico –Lezly Diaz
  •  Spain –Patricia Lopez
  •  Venezuela –Biliannis Alvarez
Top 20
  •  Costa Rica –Nicole Menayo
  •  Cuba –Gladys Carredeguas
  •  Kazakhstan –Aim Isengalieva
  •  Peru –Andrea Moberg
  •  Sweden –Hanna Louise Haag
  •  Thailand –Namoey Chanaphan

Notes:

§ – placed into the Top 10 by voting

Contestants[edit]

75 delegates competed for the title

Country/Territory Delegate Age height Hometown
 Albania Klaudia Kalia 18 1.80 m Tirana
 Argentina Julieta Riveros 21 1.80 m Cordoba
 Australia Kimberly Gundani 26 1.73 m Sydney
 Belgium Elisabeth Moszkowicz 26 1.70 m Brussels
 Bolivia Elena Romero 19 1.72 m Chuvisaga
 Brazil Gabrielle Vilela 26 1.70 m Rio de Janeiro
 Bulgaria Beloslava Yordanova 22 1.75 m Sofia
 Cambodia Lika Dy 20 1.72 m Campongjam
 Canada Grace Diamani 25 1.78 m Ontario
 Cape Verde Prissy Gomes 25 1.77 m Tarrafal
 Chile Maria Catalina 23 1.72 m Santiago
 China Wan xin Xing 24 1.73 m Beijing
 Colombia Sheyla Quizena 21 1.70 m Barranquilla
 Cook Islands Teau McKenzie 23 1.84 m Avarua
 Costa Rica Nicole Menayo 24 1.70 m Heredia
 Cuba Gladys Carredeguas 25 1.73 m Havana
 Czechia Cristyna Langova 19 1.77 m Prak
 Denmark Natasja Kunde 17 1.74 m Copenhagen
 Dominican Republic Mayte Brito 27 1.74 m San Cristobal
 Ecuador Blanca Arambulo 28 1.85 m Guayaquil
 El Salvador Genesis Fuentes 24 1.74 m San Salvador
 England Christina Baker 23 1.69 m London
 Estonia Karolin Kippasto 22 1.72 m Tartu
 Ethiopia Samrawit Azmeraw 23 1.74 m Addis Ababa
 Finland Erika Helin 24 1.77 m Helsinki
 Germany Mona Schafnitzl 24 1.73 m Bavaria
 Ghana Helen Matey 24 1.73 m Accra
 Guadeloupe Meghan Monrose 24 1.70 m Sentclow
 Haiti Valierie Alcide 23 1.78 m Port-au-Prince
 Hong Kong Eleanor Lam 24 1.70 m Hong Kong
 India Meenakshi Chaudhary 21 1.73 m Haryana
 Indonesia Nadia Purwoko 26 1.78 m Bengkulu
 Jamaica Kadejah Anderson 22 1.76 m Kingston
 Japan Haruka Oda 24 1.78 m Saitama
 Kazakhstan Aim Isengalieva 23 1.73 m Aztragan
 Korea Min Choi 26 1.78 m Seoul
 Kosovo Songyl Meniqi 22 1.74 m Pristina
 Laos Nobphalat Sikaiphak 21 1.73 m Vientiane
 Lebanon Anastasia Abou Mitri 27 1.70 m Beirut
 Macau Debora Oliveira 22 1.68 m Macau
 Malaysia Debra Jeanne Poh 22 1.74 m Penang
 Mexico Lezly Diaz 23 1.73 m Jalisco
 Moldova Alexandra Predus 27 1.70 m Bucharest
 Mongolia Burte Ujin 20 1.75 m Ulaanbaatar
 Myanmar Sumyat Phoo 23 1.66 m Naypyidaw
   Nepal Urussa Joshi 26 1.70 m Kathmandu
 Netherlands Kimberley Xhofleer 24 1.72 m Limburg
 New Zealand Hayley Robinson 26 1.71 m Auckland
 Norway Maria Barbantonis 27 1.66 m Oslo
 Panama Gabriela Mornhinweg 22 1.76 m Panama City
 Paraguay Clara Sosa 24 1.74 m Asuncion
 Peru Malwina Ratajczak 25 1.73 m Loreto
 Philippines Eva Patalinjug 24 1.70 m Cebu
 Poland Malwina Ratajczak 19 1.79 m Szczecin
 Portugal Priscila Alves 23 1.75 m Setubal
 Puerto Rico Nicole Colon 25 1.79 m San Juan
 Russia Talia Aibedullina 22 1.75 m Ulyanovsk
 Scotland Olivia Mcpike 20 1.71 m Edinburgh
 Sierra Leone Fanta Kabia 21 1.67 m Freetown
 South Africa Misha Christie 26 1.70 m Pretoria
 Spain Patricia Lopez 19 1.79 m Murcia
 Sri Lanka Pawani Vithanage 23 1.70 m Colombo
 Suriname Safina Barsatie 25 1.74 m Paramaribo
 Sweden Hanna Louise Haag 22 1.76 m Gefle
 Taiwan Tania Tan Yi Rong 26 1.67 m Taipei
 Tanzania QueenMugesi Ainory Gesase 18 1.80 m Dodoma
 Tatarstan Zulfiya Sharafeeva 24 1.82 m Kazan
 Thailand Namoey Chanaphan 25 1.80 m Chaiyaphum
 Ukraine Yana Laurinaichute 26 1.78 m Kyiv
 US Virgin Islands Morgan Evans 27 1.72 m Saint Croix
 United States Paola Cossyleon 24 1.70 m Chicago
 Venezuela Annis Alvarez 20 1.82 m Falcon
 Vietnam Nga Phuong Bui 20 1.72 m Ha Tinh
 Wales Lauren Parkinson 23 1.71 m Cardiff
 Zambia Isabel Chikoti 27 1.68 m Chingola

Notes[edit]

Debuts[edit]

 Cape Verde

 Cook Islands

 Zambia

Returns[edit]

Last competed in 2013:

 El Salvador

Last competed in 2014:

 Kazakhstan

Last competed in 2015:

 Albania

 Ghana

 Kosovo

Last competed in 2016:

 Moldova

 Norway

 Poland

 Suriname

 Taiwan

References[edit]

  1. "Miss Grand International". www.missgrandinternational.com (in ไทย). Retrieved 2021-09-08.
  2. thegreatpageantcommunity (2018-10-25). "Clara Sosa from Paraguay wins Miss Grand International 2018". The Great Pageant Community. Retrieved 2021-09-08.



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