Czech Republic gets 2nd win at Miss World

A MODEL and contestant at the just concluded Miss World beauty pageant Competition from Czech Republic, Krystyna Pyszkova has won the title, becoming Miss World 2024.

This is the second time Czech Republic is clinching the crown after their first win in 2006 by Tatana Kucharova.

Miss World 2022, Karolina Bielawska passed on the crown to the new winner at the finale of the competition held at Jio World Convention Centre in Mumbai, India, on Saturday, March 9.

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Miss World 2022, Karolina Bielawska from Poland crowning her successor, Krystyna Pyszkova
Miss World 2022, Karolina Bielawska from Poland crowning her successor, Krystyna Pyszkova

Despite making it to the top 40 cut, Nigeria’s representative, Ada Eme did not proceed to the next level of the competition.

The new Miss World also earned the title of Miss Europe during the top 4 selection alongside other continental winners including, Yasmin Azaytoun from Lebanon who emerged 1st runner up and Miss Asia and Oceania, Ache Abrahams from Trinidad and Tobago as Miss America and Lesogo Chbo of Botswana as Miss Africa.



    Speaking on her victory, Krystyna Pyszkova expressed gratitude stating that it is a dream come true for her.

    “Beng crowned Miss World is a dream come true. I am deeply honored to represent my country and the values of ‘beauty with a purpose’ on a global platform,” she said.

    Pyszkova’s ‘Beauty With A Purpose’ project centered on quality education for children. After helping over 300 children with education in different countries including Tanzania, she hopes to use the Miss World platform to expand her advocacy.

    The event which had contestants from 112 countries of the world was hosted by Bollywood filmmaker Karan Johar and Miss World 2013 Megan Young.

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