Venezuela at major beauty pageants

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This is a list of Venezuela's official representatives and their placements at the Big Four international beauty pageants, considered the most important in the world. Venezuela, a powerhouse with an extensive and successful history in beauty pageants, is considered as the most powerful country in beauty pageants,[1] with a total of one-hundred-and-thirty-one placements and twenty-three victories in all four pageants:

  • Seven — Miss Universe titles (1979 • 1981 • 1986 • 1996 • 2008 • 2009 • 2013)
  • Six — Miss World titles (1955 • 1981 • 1984 • 1991 • 1995 • 2011)
  • Eight — Miss International titles (1985 • 1997 • 2000 • 2003 • 2006 • 2010 • 2015 • 2018)
  • Two — Miss Earth titles (2005 • 2013)

With 23 victorious titles, Venezuela has reputedly won more than any other country in pageantry. Venezuela is also the first and only country to win all the four pageants multiple times. Venezuela has twice won two Big Four crowns in one year, winning Miss Universe 1981 and Miss World 1981 and then Miss Universe 2013 and Miss Earth 2013. In the past, the main organiser for Venezuelan pageants was the former famed beauty queen maker, Osmel Sousa. The current National Director is Gabriela Isler - Miss Universe 2013.

Venezuela's Big Four titleholders[edit]

Color key
  •      Miss Universe winner
  •      Miss World winner
  •      Miss International winner
  •      Miss Earth winner
  •      Ended as Runner-up
  •      Ended as one of the Finalists, Semi-finalists or Quarter-finalists
YEAR MISS UNIVERSE MISS WORLD MISS INTERNATIONAL MISS EARTH
2021 Luiseth Materán
TBA
Alejandra Conde
TBA
Isbel Parra
TBA
TBA
2020 Mariángel Villasmil ↑ No Pageant Held Stephany Zreik
1st Runner-Up
2019 Thalía Olvino
Top 20
Isabella Rodríguez
Top 40
Melissa Jiménez
Top 15
Michell Castellanos
2018 Sthefany Gutiérrez
2nd Runner-Up
Veruska Ljubisavljević
Top 30
Mariem Velazco
WINNER
Diana Silva
Top 8
2017 Keysi Sayago
Top 5
Ana Carolina Ugarte
Top 40
Diana Croce
2nd Runner-Up
Ninoska Vásquez
Top 8
2016 Mariam Habach Diana Croce Jessica Duarte Stephanie de Zorzi
2nd Runner-Up
2015 Mariana Jiménez
Top 10
Anyela Galante Edymar Martínez
WINNER
Andrea Rosales
Top 8
2014 Migbelis Castellanos
Top 10
Debora Menicucci Michelle Bertolini Maira Rodríguez
2nd Runner-Up
2013 Gabriela Isler
WINNER
Karen Soto Elián Herrera Alyz Henrich
WINNER
2012 Irene Esser
2nd Runner-Up
Gabriella Ferrari Blanca Cristina Aljibes
Top 15
Osmariel Villalobos
2nd Runner-Up
2011 Vanessa Gonçalves
Top 16
Ivian Sarcos
WINNER
Jessica Barboza
1st Runner-Up
Caroline Medina
3rd Runner-Up
2010 Marelisa Gibson Adriana Vasini
2nd Runner-Up
Elizabeth Mosquera
WINNER
Mariángela Bonanni
Top 7
2009 Stefanía Fernández
WINNER
Milagros Véliz Laksmi Rodríguez
Top 15
Jessica Barboza
2nd Runner-Up
2008 Dayana Mendoza
WINNER
Hannelly Quintero
Top 15
Dayana Colmenares
Top 12
Daniela Torrealba
Top 8
2007 Ly Jonaitis
2nd Runner-Up
Claudia Suárez
Top 16
Vanessa Peretti
Top 12
Silvana Santaella
2nd Runner-Up
2006 Jictzad Viña Federica Guzmán
Top 17
Daniela di Giacomo
WINNER
Marianne Puglia
3rd Runner-Up
2005 Mónica Spear
4th Runner-Up
Susan Carrizo Andrea Gómez
Top 12
Alexandra Bräun
WINNER
2004 Ana Karina Áñez Andrea Milroy Eleidy Aparicio ×
2003 Mariángel Ruiz
1st Runner-Up
Valentina Patruno
Top 20
Goizeder Azúa
WINNER
Driva Cedeño
2002 Cynthia Lander
4th Runner-Up
Goizeder Azúa
Top 10
Cynthia Lander Dagmar Vötterl
2001 Eva Ekvall
3rd Runner-Up
Andreína Prieto Aura Zambrano
1st Runner-Up
Lirigmel Ramos
2000 Claudia Moreno
1st Runner-Up
Vanessa Cárdenas Vivian Urdaneta
WINNER
↑ No Pageant Held
(established in 2001 in Manila, Philippines.)
1999 Carolina Indriago
Top 5
Martina Thorogood
1st Runner-Up
Andreína Llamozas
Top 15
1998 Veruska Ramírez
1st Runner-Up
Verónica Schneider Daniela Kosán
1st Runner-Up
1997 Marena Bencomo
1st Runner-Up
Christina Dieckmann Consuelo Adler
WINNER
1996 Alicia Machado
WINNER
Ana Cepinska
Top 5
Carla Steinkopf
Top 15
1995 Denyse Floreano
Top 6
Jacqueline Aguilera
WINNER
Ana María Amorer
1st Runner-Up
1994 Minorka Mercado
2nd Runner-Up
Irene Ferreira
2nd Runner-Up
Milka Chulina
Top 15
1993 Milka Chulina
2nd Runner-Up
Mónica Lei
Top 5
Faviola Spitale
Top 15
1992 Carolina Izsák
Top 6
Francis Gago
2nd Runner-Up
María Rodríguez Noguera
Top 15
1991 Jackeline Rodríguez
Top 6
Ninibeth Leal
WINNER
Niurka Acevedo
1990 Andreína Goetz
Top 10
Sharon Luengo
2nd Runner-Up
Vanessa Höller
Top 15
1989 Eva Lisa Ljung
Top 10
Fabiola Candosin Carolina Omaña
2nd Runner-Up
1988 Yajaira Vera
Top 10
Emma Rabbe
Top 5
María Eugenia Duarte
1987 Inés Calero
3rd Runner-Up
Albany Lozada
1st Runner-Up
Vicky Garcia
Top 15
1986 Bárbara Palacios
WINNER
Begoña Juaristi
Top 7
Nancy Gallardo
Top 15
1985 Silvia Martínez
3rd Runner-Up
Ruddy Rodríguez
Top 7
Nina Sicilia
WINNER
1984 Carmen María Montiel
2nd Runner-Up
Astrid Carolina Herrera
WINNER
Miriam Leyderman
1st Runner-Up
1983 Paola Ruggeri
Top 12
Carolina Cerruti Donnatella Tiranti
1982 Ana Teresa Oropeza Michelle Shoda Amaury Martínez
1981 Irene Sáez
WINNER
Pilin León
WINNER
Miriam Quintana
Top 15
1980 Maye Brandt Hilda Abrahamz
Top 15
Graciela Guarneri
Top 10
1979 Maritza Sayalero
WINNER
Tatiana Capote Nilza Sangronis
1978 Marisol Alfonzo Patricia Tóffoli
Top 15
Dora Fueyo
1977 Cristal Montañez
Top 12
Jacqueline Branden Betty Paredes
1976 Judith Castillo
1st Runner-Up
Genoveva Rivero
Top 15
Betzabeth Ayala
Top 15
1975 Maritza Pineda María Conchita Alonso
Top 7
Carmen Rodríguez
1974 Neyla Moronta Alicia Rivas Marisela Carderera
1973 Desireé Rolando Edicta García Hilda Carrero
Top 15
1972 María Antonieta Cámpoli
2nd Runner-Up
Amalia Heller Marilyn Plessmann
Top 15
1971 Jeannette Donzella Ana María Padrón
Top 15
Sonia Ledezma
1970 Bella La Rosa
Top 15
Tomasa de las Casas Marzia Piazza
1969 María José Yéllici Marzia Piazza
4th Runner-Up
Cristina Keusch
Top 15
1968 Peggy Köpp
3rd Runner-Up
Dolores Núñez Jovann Navas
1967 Mariela Pérez
1st Runner-Up
Irene Böttger Cecilia Picón
1966 Magaly Castro Egui Jeannette Köpp ↑ No Pageant Held
1965 María de las Casas Nancy González Thamara Leal
1964 Mercedes Revenga
Top 15
Mercedes Hernández
Top 16
Lisla Silva
Top 15
1963 Irene Morales Milagros Galíndez Norah Duarte
1962 Virginia Bailey Betzabeth Franco
Top 15
Olga Antonetti
Top 15
1961 Ana Vegas Bexi Romero Gloria Lilué
1960 Mary Quiróz Delgado Miriam Estévez Gladys Ascanio
Top 15
1959 × × ↑ No Pageant Held
(established in 1960 in California, United States and then it was transferred in 1968 in Tokyo, Japan.)
1958 Ida Pieri Ida Pieri
1957 Consuelo Nouel Consuelo Nouel
1956 Blanca Heredia
Top 15
Celsa Pieri
1955 Susana Duijm
Top 15
Susana Duijm
WINNER
1954 × ↑ No Pageant Held
(established in 1951 in England, United Kingdom. Venezuela sent their first delegate in 1955.)
1953 Gisela Bolaños
1952 Sofía Silva
1951 ↑ No Pageant Held
(established in 1952 in California, United States and then it was transferred in 1960 in Florida, United States.)


× Did not compete
No pageant held

Pageant Placements Best result
Miss Universe 44 Winner Star*.svg (1979 • 1981 • 1986 • 1996 • 2008 • 2009 • 2013)
Miss World 34 Winner Star*.svg (1955 • 1981 • 1984 • 1991 • 1995 • 2011)
Miss International 38 Winner Star*.svg (1985 • 1997 • 2000 • 2003 • 2006 • 2010 • 2015 • 2018)
Miss Earth 15 Winner Star*.svg (2005 • 2013)
Total 131 23 TITLES

References[edit]

  1. Briquelet, Kate (25 January 2015). "Inside the beauty pageant mills of Venezuela". New York Post.

See also[edit]

  • Miss Venezuela
  • Miss Earth Venezuela


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