Representing Russia, fitness coach Denis Pavlevich Khadyko, 26, is one of the bachelors from around the world who will compete for the Mister World 2019 title. He is 6’6” tall and he speaks Russian and English.
Khadyko hails from Sudak, Crimeia, Russia. Among it tourist attractions are the Sudak Fortress, the Meganom Beach Club, Alchak, the Cypress Alley, the Sudak Aquapark, Solnechnaya Dolina, the Crocodile Farm, Ai-Georgiy Mountain, Kholm Slavy and Taraktash Ridge.
Currently, Khadyko works as a fitness coach. Having changed jobs 12 times, he once worked in the North Pole.
The Sudak native loves sports, music and reading. He enjoys reading books about psychology and having an intensive bodybuilding training while listening to hard rock songs.
One of the things Khadyko wants to do in the future is to work as an animal trainer. He also wants to pursue a career in fashion and photography.
On June 22, 2019, Khadyko was crowned Mr. World Russia 2019 at пряности & радости at Ginza Project in St. Petersburg, Russia. He succeeded Mails Makkarti, 29, of Moscow, Russia.
The last time Russia was represented in Mr. World was in 2014. Makkarti did not place in the eighth edition of the pageant, which took place in Torbay, Devon England, but he made it to the Top 15 of the Mr. World Talent competition.
On August 23, 2019, Mr. World 2016 Rohit Khandelwal, 29, of India will crown his successor at the Mr. World 2019 coronation night at the Araneta Coliseum in Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines. It will be the 10th edition of the international male beauty pageant.
Mr. World 2019 marks the first time the pageant is held in the Philippines. If Khadyko wins the crown, he will be the pageant’s first titleholder from Russia.
This article was updated on August 9, 2019. For more beauty pageant news, follow Beauty Pageant News by Conan Daily.
On August 8, 2019, Conan Daily had a quick chat with Khadyko at the Mr. World 2019 press conference at Novotel in Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines. Watch it here: