Mister World 1996

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Mister World 1996
Date September 20, 1996
Venue Istanbul, Turkey
Entrants 50
Placements 10
Winner Tom Nuyens
 Belgium

Mister World 1996 the first edition of the Mister World Pageant was held on September 20, 1996,[1] in Istanbul, Turkey. About 50 countries competed for the title. Tom Nuyens of Belgium crowned as the very first Mister World in 1996.

Results

Placements

Final Results Contestant
Mister World 1996
1st Runner-up
2nd Runner-up
Finalists
Semi-finalists

Award

Felix Chavapri of Botswana won the Personality Award becoming the first African awardist in Mister World History. However, due to his fall on the ramp during the preliminaries, he was unplaced at the finals, ending in 12th place.

Mister World 1996 Awards
Country Contestant Award Placement
Botswana Botswana Felix Chavaphi Personality Award Unplaced

Other Contestants

50 contestants competed for the title but only ten of them were qualified. The remaining delegates' journey were over during the finals.

Country Contestant
Argentina Argentina Raul Orlando Proietto
Australia Australia Arlington Brendan Leigh
Austria Austria Helmut Strebl
Bolivia Bolivia Marcelo Mauricio Ostria Borda
Botswana Botswana Felix Chavaphi
Brazil Brazil Thierre Di Castro Garrito
Bulgaria Bulgaria Boyko Hristov
Canada Canada Jimmy Rai
Colombia Colombia Franz Serrano
Croatia Croatia Ivan Klemencic
Dominican Republic Dominican Republic Juan Salvador Vidal Gil
Estonia Estonia Andrus Raissar
France France Laurent Piranian
Germany Germany Konrad Meyer
Greece Greece Harry Kinatzi
Netherlands Holland Joost Ammerlaan
Hungary Hungary Zsolt Cseke
Republic of Ireland Ireland Thomas Daniel Plewman
Israel Israel Zafrir Ben Zvi
Italy Italy Angelo D'Amelio
Latvia Latvia Vilnis Solovjovs
Lebanon Lebanon Hadi Esta
Republic of Macedonia Macedonia Gazmend Berisa
Malaysia Malaysia Alvin Low Dai Wen
Norway Norway Otto Thorbjornsen
Philippines Philippines Christopher Celis
Poland Poland Mariusz Trzcinski
Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic Russia Oleg Sukochenko
Singapore Singapore Desmond Kong Hua Ng
Slovakia Slovak Republic Richard Ondrias
Slovenia Slovenia Marko Vranicar
KwaZulu South Africa Charl Hector Coode
Spain Spain Jose Ramon Gutierrez Villar
Swaziland Swaziland Thulani Emmanuel Matsebula
Taiwan Taiwan Pin-Chao Kuo
Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad & Tobago Ian Anthony Cormissiong
Ukraine Ukraine Nickolay Bezrodniy
United States USA Daniel Lujan
Venezuela Venezuela Jose Gregorio Faria Ojeda
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia Slobadan Klinac

Notes and references

  1. ^ Xinhua - English
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