Miss Supranational 2021 : Info

Miss Supranational 2021, the 12th edition of the Miss Supranational, was held on 21st August 2021 in Nowy Sacz, Poland. Chanique Rabe of Namibia was crowned as the new queen by her predecessor Anntonia Porsild of Thailand at the end of the event finale.

Namibia made history by winning the first ever Miss Supranational crown and becoming the first African country to do so. The 2021 edition was originally scheduled to be held at the end of 2020 but was postponed due to the global COVID-19 pandemic. Chanique Rabe, the newly crowned Miss Supranational’s court included Karla Guilfú Acevedo of Puerto Rico, Thato Mosehle of South Africa, Valentina Sánchez of Venezuela and Eoanna Constanza of Dominican Republic who were adjudged first, second, third and fourth runners-up respectively.

Top 12 also included Louise-Marie Losfeld of Belgium, Aavriti Choudhary of India, Jihane Almira Chedid of Indonesia, Swelia Da Silva Antonio of Netherlands, Dindi Pajares  of Philippines, Natalia Balicka of Poland and Michela Ciornea of Romania.

Top 24 also included Deise Benício of Brazil, Angelika Kostyshynová of Czech Republic, Justeen Cruz of Ecuador, Linda Sibrián of El Salvador, Judith Brumant-Lachoua of France, Pascale Bélony of Haiti, Emiri Shimizu of Japan, Phidelia Mutunga of Kenya, Darelys Santos of Panama, Solange Hermoza Rivera of Peru, Queenie Benjarat of Thailand, Jenelle Thongs of Trinidad and Tobago.

Here are the results of the Preliminary Competitions held so far in the competition.


Sasha Lombardi representing Canada

Linda Sibrián representing El Salvador

Dísa Dungal representing Iceland

Jihane Almira representing Chedid Indonesia

Phidelia Mutunga representing Kenya

Solange Hermoza Rivera representing Peru

Dindi Pajares representing Philippines

Ramatulai Jarata Wurie representing Sierra Leone

Thato Mosehle representing South Africa

Valentina Sánchez representing Venezuela

TOP MODEL COMPETITION (One of these winners will advance directly to Top 24)

Supra Model of Africa: Amelia Michael Sky representing South Sudan

Supra Model of Americas: Darelys Santos representing Panama

Supra Model of Asia: Alice Li representing China

Supra Model of Caribbean: Karla Inelisse Guilfú Acevedo representing Puerto Rico

Supra Model of Europe: Louise-Marie Losfeld representing Belgium


Winner – Verónica Sarfo Adu Nti representing Ghana

1st Runner-Up – Shivali Patel representing USA

2nd Runner-Up – Linda Sibrián representing El Salvador

Top 5 also included Queenie Benjarat representing Thailand and Jenelle Thongs representing Trinidad and Tobago.


Alice Li representing China

Sophie Marie Dunning representing England

Denisse Nicolle Ligpitan representing Germany

Dísa Dungal representing Iceland

Jessica Marie Hopper representing Ireland

Phidelia Mutunga representing Kenya

Solange Hermoza Rivera representing Peru

Dindi Pajares representing Philippines

Jenelle Thongs representing Trinidad and Tobago

Valentina Sánchez representing Venezuela

The organization also announced Belgium’s Louise-Marie Losfeld as the winner of Miss Photogenic sub-contest during the Evening Gown preliminary competition held on 17th August 2021. Puerto Rico’s Karla Guilfu Acevedo is Miss Elegance 2021. Philippines's Dindi Pajares is the 1st runner up, and Dominican Republic's Eoanna Constanz is the 2nd runner up for the award.

The contestants competing for Miss Supranational 2021 are Ines Kasemi representing Albania, Nyisha Tilus representing Bahamas, Louise-Marie Losfeld representing Belgium, Luz Claros Gallardo representing Bolivia, Deise Benício representing Brazil, Sasha Lombardi representing Canada, Macarena Gutiérrez Radich representing Chile, Alice Li representing China, Valentina Aldana Dorado representing Colombia, Angelika Kostyshynová representing Czech Republic, Eoanna Constanza representing Dominican Republic, Justeen Cruz Lara representing Ecuador, Linda Sibrián representing El Salvador, Sophie Marie Dunning representing England, Vilma Halme representing Finland, Judith Brumant-Lachoua representing France, Denisse Nicolle Ligpitan representing Germany, Verónica Sarfo Adu Nti representing Ghana, Melina Milliou representing Greece, Edosy Grego representing Guadeloupe, Felicia Ally Inayah representing Guyana, Pascale Bélony representing Haiti, Dísa Dungal representing Iceland, Aavriti Choudhary representing India, Jihane Almira Chedid representing Indonesia, Jessica Marie Hopper representing Ireland, Lawnda Jackson representing Jamaica, Emiri Shimizu representing Japan, Phidelia Mutunga representing Kenya, Hyesoo Jeon representing South Korea, Shailey Micallef representing Malta, Palmira Ruiz representing Mexico, Chanique Rabe representing Namibia, Shimal Kanaujiya representing Nepal, Swelia Da Silva Antonio representing Netherlands, Akeelah Sabiqoh Aminu representing Nigeria, Ina Kollset representing Norway, Darelys Yahel Santos representing Panama, Paloma Del Puerto Araujo representing Paraguay, Solange Hermoza Rivera representing Peru, Dindi Pajares representing Philippines, Natalia Balicka representing Poland, Nadini Machado representing Portugal, Karla Guilfú Acevedo representing Puerto Rico, Anna Michela Ciornea representing Romania, Angelina Gorbunova representing Russia, Anitha Kate Umuratwa representing Rwanda, Ramatulai Jarata Wurie representing Sierra Leone, Kristina Viglaska representing Slovakia, Thato Thelma Mosehle representing South Africa, Amelia Michael Sky representing South Sudan, Dana Tomuta representing Spain, Farisha Tjin Asjoe representing Suriname, Jacqueline Rybak representing Sweden, Queenie Benjarat representing Thailand, Jenelle Thongs representing Trinidad and Tobago, Shivali Patel representing United States of America, Valentina Sánchez Trivella representing Venezuela.