Miss and Mister Supranational

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Miss Supranational
File:Miss Supranational logo.png
Logo for Miss Supranational organization
MottoGlamour, Fashion and Natural Beauty[1]
Formation5 September 2009; 12 years ago (2009-09-05)
TypeBeauty pageant
Official language
LeaderGerhard Parzutka von Lipinski
Key people
World Beauty Association (WBA)

Miss Supranational is an annual international female beauty pageant, started in 2009, and with most contests held in Poland. The most recent competition involved candidates from 77 countries.[2][3]

A parallel male contest, Mister Supranational, began in 2016, also in Poland, most recently involving 41 countries.

The current pageant title holders are Anntonia Porsild of Thailand, and Nate Crnkovich of the United States. They were elected in 2019, but will retain their titles into 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic; 2020 will be the first year that the Miss and Mister Supranational contests were not held since their inception.[4]

Miss Supranational[edit]

Finals of Miss Supranational 2017.

Miss Supranational is managed by the World Beauty Association S.A., which was founded in 2009 in Panama. The first World Beauty Association president was Tryny Marcela Yandar Lobón, with Gerhard Parzutka von Lipinski from Poland as executive producer, and president of the production company Nowa Scena.[5]

Parzutka von Lipinski has been referred to as the President of Miss Supranational since at least 2017.[6][7]

The Miss Supranational contests began in 2009 and were held in Poland except 2013 which was in Minsk, Belarus,[8] and 2016, which was co-hosted with Poprad, Slovakia.[9] Mister Supranational also began in 2016, in Krynica-Zdrój, Poland.[10]

The World Beauty Association, based in Hong Kong, organized a rival Miss Supranational 2014 pageant in India which could not be held in person due to responses to the West African Ebola virus epidemic. It crowned one candidate, Jennifer Poleo of Venezuela, remotely, and without runners-up, and did not hold any subsequent contests.[11]

The Miss and Mister Supranational 2020 contests were postponed to 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, with Anntonia Porsild from Thailand and Nate Crnkovich from the United States to retain their respective titles until then.[7]


Year Country Titleholder Runners-up, in order
1st through 4th
Venue of Competition Date Number of Entrants
2021 TBD TBD TBD Małopolska, Poland 20 Aug 2021 TBD
2020 Cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic[lower-alpha 1]
2019[lower-alpha 2]  Thailand Anntonia Porsild [13][14]
  •  Namibia – Yana Haenisch
  •  Indonesia – Jesica Fitriana Martasari
  •  PeruJanick Maceta del Castillo
  •  Venezuela – Gabriela De La Cruz
Katowice, Poland Script error: No such module "Date table sorting". 77
2018[lower-alpha 3]  Puerto Rico Valeria Vázquez Latorre[18][19]
Krynica-Zdroj, Poland Script error: No such module "Date table sorting". 72
2017[lower-alpha 4]  South Korea Jenny Kim[24][25]
  •  Colombia – Tica Martinez
  •  Romania – Bianca Tirsin
  •  Ethiopia – Bitaniya Yosef
  •  Puerto Rico – Larissa Santiago
Script error: No such module "Date table sorting". 65
2016[lower-alpha 5]  India Srinidhi Shetty[28]
  •  Venezuela – Valeria Vespoli
  •  Suriname – Jaleesa Pigot
  •  Sri Lanka – Ornella Mariam Jayasiri Gunesekere
  •  Hungary – Korinna Kocsis
Script error: No such module "Date table sorting". 71
2015  Paraguay Stephanía Vasquez Stegman[29]
  •  Canada – Siera Bearchell
  •  Colombia – Mónica Castaño Agudelo
  •  Iceland – Tanja Ýr Ástþórsdóttir
  •  Mexico – Karina Martin
Script error: No such module "Date table sorting". 82[30]
2014[lower-alpha 6]  India Asha Bhat[32]
Script error: No such module "Date table sorting". 71
2013[lower-alpha 7]  Philippines Mutya Johanna Datul[36][37][38]
  •  Mexico – Jacqueline Morales
  •  Turkey – Leyla Kose
  •  Indonesia – Cok Istri Krisnanda Widani[39][38]
  •  US Virgin Islands – Esonica Veira
Minsk, Belarus[40][41] Script error: No such module "Date table sorting".[40][41] 83[40][41]
2012  Belarus Katsyaryna Ekaterina Buraya[42][43]
  •  Thailand – Nanthawan Wannachutha
  •  Czech Republic – Michaela Dihlová
  •  Philippines – Elaine Kay Moll
  •  Ecuador – Sulay Castillo
Warsaw, Poland Script error: No such module "Date table sorting". 53
2011  Poland Monika Lewczuk[44]
  •  Belarus – Liudmila Yakimovich
  •  Puerto Rico – Valery Velez
  •  Vietnam – Daniela Nova Nguyen Thu May[45]
  •  United States – Krystelle Khoury
Płock, Poland Script error: No such module "Date table sorting". 70
2010  Panama Karina Pinilla Corro[46][47]
  •  Czech Republic – Hana Věrná
  •  Slovenia – Sandra Marinović
  •  Peru – Claudia Villafuerte,
  •  Thailand – Maythavee Burapasing
Script error: No such module "Date table sorting". 66
2009[lower-alpha 8]  Ukraine Oksana Moria
  •  Belarus – Marina Lepesha
  •  Poland – Klaudia Ungerman
  •  Honduras – Ruth Aleman Alverado
  •  England – Amanda Lillian Ball
Script error: No such module "Date table sorting". 36

Country/Territory by number of wins[edit]

List of countries by number of Miss Supranational wins
Number of wins Country/Territory Years
 India 2014, 2016
 Thailand 2019
 Puerto Rico 2018
 Korea 2017
 Paraguay 2015
 Philippines 2013
 Belarus 2012
 Poland 2011
 Panama 2010
 Ukraine 2009

Gallery of winners[edit]


  1. The 2019 reigning titleholder Anntonia Porsild will remain Miss Supranational until 2021 due to the cancellation of the 2020 pageant because of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic.
  2. The winner's award was increased to $35,000.[12]
  3. Vázquez was publicly congratulated by President of the Senate of Puerto Rico Thomas Rivera Schatz, and First Lady of Puerto Rico Beatriz Rosselló for making Puerto Rico the first country to win the five most important international beauty pageants (Miss World, Miss Universe, Miss International, Miss Earth and Miss Supranational).[15][16][17]
  4. Kim was the first South Korean winner of a major international beauty pageant.[22][23]
  5. Both Shetty and Bhat, the previous Miss Supranational 2014 winner are from Karnataka state, India and now they work in the Kannada film industry(KFI).[26] The winner's award was increased to $30,000.[27]
  6. Bhat also won the Miss Talent title, with Bollywood singing.[31]
  7. Datul was the first Asian winner,[34] and also won Miss Personality.[35]
  8. The first Miss Supranational pageant. Moria won $25,000, and also won Miss Photogenic.[48]

Mister Supranational[edit]

Mister Supranational
File:Mister Supranational logo.png
Logo for Mister Supranational organization
Formation3 December 2016; 5 years ago (2016-12-03)
TypeBeauty pageant
HeadquartersPanama City, Panama
Official language
LeaderGerhard Parzutka von Lipinski
Key people
World Beauty Association (WBA)
Kevin Dasom, center, among competitors for Mister Supranational Thailand 2018

In 2016, the Polish businessman, producer, and international director of Miss Supranational Gerardo Von Lipinsky, founded the international male beauty contest, Mister Supranational, together with the Panamanian businesswoman Marcela Lobón, creator of WBA (World Beauty Association). The first edition of the contest was held on December 2, 2016 at the Municipal Sports and Recreation Center (MOSIR), in the city of Krynica-Zdrój, Poland, with the participation of 36 candidates from various countries around the world, with Diego Garcy from Mexico, the first winner of the contest.[49][50]

Approximately 80 countries have participated in the contest, making it one of the most important male beauty pageants in the world.


Year Country Mister Supranational Runners-up, in order
1st through 4th
Venue of Competition Date Number of Entrants
2021 TBD TBD TBD Małopolska, Poland Script error: No such module "Date table sorting". TBD
2020 Cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic
2019[lower-alpha 1]  United States Nate Crnkovich
*  Brazil – Italo Cerqueira
  •  Peru – Alonzo Martinez Vivanco
  •  Poland – Tomasz Zarzycki
  •  Venezuela – Leonardo Carrero
Katowice, Poland Script error: No such module "Date table sorting". 40
2018[lower-alpha 2]  India Prathamesh Maulingkar
*  Poland – Jakub Kucner
  •  Brazil – Samuel Costa
  •  Thailand – Kevin Dasom
  •  Netherlands – Ennio Fafieanie
Krynica-Zdroj, Poland Script error: No such module "Date table sorting". 39
2017  Venezuela Gabriel Correa[55]
*  Spain – Alejandro Cifo Capilla
  •  Brazil – Matheus Song
  •  Slovakia – Michal Gajdosech
  •  Mexico – Hector Javier Parga
Script error: No such module "Date table sorting". 34
2016[lower-alpha 3]  Mexico Diego Garcy[57]
*  Belarus – Sergey Bindalov
Script error: No such module "Date table sorting". 36[58]

Country/Territory by number of wins[edit]

List of countries by number of Mister Supranational wins
Titles Country/Territory Year
 United States 2019
 India 2018
 Venezuela 2017
 Mexico 2016

Gallery of winners[edit]


  1. Crnkovich won $15,000. He had defeated 12 competitors to win Mister Supernational United States.[51][52]
  2. Maulingkar also won Best Body.[53][54]
  3. The first Mister Supranational pageant. Garcy won $20,000, and also won Mister Elegance.[56]

Miss and Mister Supranational Organization[edit]

The following is a list of all Miss and Mister Supranational Organization titleholders from the founding of each pageant until now.

Edition Miss Supranational National title Country Mister Supranational National title Country
2021 To be announced To be announced
2019 Anntonia Porsild Miss Supranational Thailand Thailand Thailand Nate Crnkovich Mr Supranational USA United States United States
2018 Valeria Vázquez Nuestra Belleza Puerto Rico - Supranational Puerto Rico Puerto Rico Prathamesh Maulingkar Mr Supranational India India India
2017 Jenny Kim Miss Queen Korea - Supranational South Korea Korea Gabriel Correa Mr Venezuela Venezuela Venezuela
2016 Srinidhi Shetty Miss Diva - Supranational India India Diego Garcy Mr Model México Supranacional Mexico Mexico
2015 Stephanía Stegman Miss Supranational Paraguay Paraguay Paraguay ↑ No Pageant Held
(established in 2016)
2014 Asha Bhat Miss Diva - Supranational India India
2013 Mutya Johanna Datul Binibining Pilipinas - Supranational Philippines Philippines
2012 Katsyaryna Ekaterina Buraya Miss Belarus - Supranational Belarus Belarus
2011 Monika Lewczuk Miss Polski - Supranational Poland Poland
2010 Karina Pinilla Corro Miss Supranational Panamá Panama Panama
2009 Oksana Moria Miss Supranational Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine

National franchises[edit]

National franchises have a lot of latitude in choosing candidates for Miss and Mister Supranational. Some are the winners of individual contests for their Miss Supranational, others get the honor by winning first or second runner-up from contests for candidates to multiple international pageants, and yet others are chosen in different ways.

National franchises


Alecia McCallum won Miss Supranational Australia 2018 in a stand-alone pageant.[59]


Tihana Babij won Miss Supranational Croatia 2018 after defeating 17 regional Croatia contestants; she herself comes from Vienna and was the representative of the Croatian diaspora.[60][61]


Justeen Cruz was picked Miss Supranational Ecuador 2020 via an online competition due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[62]


Aisha Benyahya became Miss Supranational Gibraltar 2016 after winning second place at Miss Gibraltar.[63]


Asha Bhat, Miss Supranational India 2014, and the eventual winner of Miss Supranational 2014, had been second runner up at Miss Diva 2014.[64] Srinidhi Shetty was crowned Miss supranational 2016 After winning Miss Diva Supranational Crown in 2016 along side India's representative to Mr Supranational Jitesh Thakur also won Second Runner up title who was also send by Times group and Altamash Faraz became Mister Supranational India 2017.after placing second runner-up in Mr India 2016.[65] In 2018 India won Mr Supranational with Prathamesh making india the only country till date to win both subsidiaries.Shefali Sood became the Miss Supranational India 2019 representative at Miss Diva 2019.[66] Aavriti Choudhary won Miss India Supranational 2020 during Miss Diva 2020.[67]


Puteri Indonesia Pariwisata (literally translated "Princess of Indonesia: Tourism") is the title given to the second runner-up of the Puteri Indonesia beauty pageant.[40][41][39][38] Since 2013, the winner of Puteri Indonesia Pariwisata has been sent to compete as Miss Supranational Indonesia.[68] (The 2011 and 2012 winners competed in Miss Asia Pacific World.[69][70])

The first Puteri Indonesia Pariwisata to compete in Miss Supranational was Cok Istri Krisnanda Widani from Bali in 2013.[40][41][39][38] The president-owner of Puteri Indonesia are The Royal Highest Family of Surakarta Sunanate, Princess Mooryati Soedibyo and Princess Putri Kuswisnuwardhani.[71][72][73] Intan Aletrino became Miss Supranational Indonesia 2016 by winning second runner-up in Puteri Indonesia 2016.[74] Karina Nadila was Miss Supranational Indonesia 2017 after winning second runner up in Puteri Indonesia 2017.[75]


Franz Christie was chosen Mister Supranational Jamaica 2017 at the United Nations Pageants, separately from and before the Miss Supranational Jamaica candidate.[76] Rayon Davis and Kimberly Dawkins were chosen Mister and Miss Jamaica Supranational 2019 together.[77]


Yurika Nakamoto was selected Miss Supranational Japan 2018, defeating 30 candidates, at the same pageant that also selected Miss United Continents Japan 2018, and Miss Asia Pacific International Japan 2018.[78][79]


Kithsada Vongsaysavath was selected Miss Supranational Lao 2017 after winning second runner-up at Miss Grand Laos 2017.[80]


Urvashi Hureeram became Miss Supranational Mauritius 2019 as first runner-up to Miss Universe Mauritius 2019.[81]


Oluchi Kalu became Miss Supranational Nigeria 2019 after being first runner-up at the 2019 Beauty of Africa International Pageant.[82]


When Elaine Kay Moll won first runner-up in Binibining Pilipinas 2012, she didn't expect to be sent to Miss Supranational in Poland, but she was sent, and won third runner-up.[83] Jehza Mae Huelar won Miss Philippines Supranational 2018, due to getting second runner-up in Binibining Pilipinas 2018.[84] Resham Saeed was Miss Supranational Philippines 2019, after getting second runner-up in Binibining Pilipinas 2019.[85][86] The Philippine Miss Supranational contest franchise moved from Binibining Pilipinas to Miss World Philippines in 2020.[87][88]


Khin Wint Wah was selected as the first Miss Supranational Myanmar, in 2013, by defeating 99 other contestants in a general knowledge test, rather than a beauty contest.[89] Swe Zin Htet became Miss Supranational Myanmar 2016 by winning the Miss Golden Land Myanmar contest, which also sent contestants to Miss Earth, Miss Intercontinental, Face of Beauty International, Miss Tourism International and Miss Globe.[90]


Dr. Santosh Upadhyaya won the first Mister Supra-star Search 2020, and was given the first Mister Supranational Nepal 2021 title. He will represent Nepal in 5th edition of Mister Supranational 2021 in Poland. [91]


Aurore Mutesi Kayibanda competed in Miss Supranational 2013 after winning Miss Rwanda 2012.[92][93] Shanita Munyana won Miss Supranational Rwanda in 2019, winning Rwf1 million.[94]

South Africa[edit]

Belinde Schroeder was crowned Miss Supranational South Africa 2018.[95] The Miss South Africa pageant also began selecting candidates for Miss Supranational South Africa in 2020.[96]

Trinidad & Tobago[edit]

Yia-Loren Gomez was the first Miss Trinidad and Tobago Supranational in 2019.[97]

United States[edit]

In the United States, there are statewide Miss Supranational titles. Angela Ritossa was Miss Ohio Supranational 2017 before competing for Miss Supranational United States.[98]

Since February 2018, the Miss Supranational USA franchise has been owned and directed by Cecilio Asuncion, founder of transgender modeling agency Slay Model Management.[99]


Nguyen Thi Le Quyen became Miss Supranational Vietnam 2015 after winning second runner-up in Miss Ao Dai Vietnam, and also represented the country in Miss Grand International 2015.[100]

See also[edit]

  • List of beauty contests


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