Miss World Sports

Miss World Sports

Miss World Sports or Sportswoman is a title and award given to the winner of a sports event at Miss World. It is a fast track or preliminary event, giving the winner automatically makes it into the semifinals. So far there are 5 Miss World Sports winners starting at 2003. In 2005, there was no Miss Sports winner because it wasn't held as an individual fast track event, but rather a continental team competition. Starting in 2006, the individual competition was back again.

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Rules

All the contestants have to be trained in sit ups, push ups, jumping jacks, and etc. The fastest women get to move on to the next round. From there on they get tested on the sports (swimming, long jump, etc). Then the top 3 winners are announced.

Miss World Sports Results

Placement at Miss World for runners-up are in italics.

2003

Winner Represented Placement at Miss World
Nazanin Afshin-Jam  Canada 1st Runner-up

2004

Winner Represented Placement at Miss World
Amy Guy  Wales 14th Runner-up

2005

Continental Group Winner
Asia Pacific
  • 1st Runner-up: Caribbean
  • 2nd Runner-up: Southern Europe

2006

Winner Represented Placement at Miss World
Malgosia Majewska  Canada Semifinalist
  • 1st Runner-up: Thebyam Carrion Alvarez (Puerto Rico) Semifinalist
  • 2nd Runner-up: Liga Meinarte (Latvia)
  • Top 24 Semi-finalists:

2007

Winner Represented Placement at Miss World
Abigail "Abby" McCary  United States Semifinalist

2008

Winner Represented Placement at Miss World
Alexandra Ívarsdóttir  Iceland Semifinalist

2009

Winner Represented Placement at Miss World
Erusa Sasaki  Japan Semifinalist
  • 1st Runner-up: Kerrie Baylis (Jamaica)
  • 2nd Runner-up: Orsolya Serdült (Hungary)

2010

Winner Represented Placement at Miss World
Lori Moore  Northern Ireland Semifinalist

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