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List of Miss Earth titleholders, elemental queens

Miss Earth

Miss Earth is an international beauty pageant held annually since 2001. It is known for promoting environmental awareness, conservation and social responsibility.

Along with Miss World, Miss Universe and Miss International, Miss Earth is one of the Big Four international beauty pageants. Here is the list of Miss Earth titleholders and their respective runners-up known as the elemental queens:

Edition / Host Country

Year Miss Earth Miss Earth-Air Miss Earth-Water

Miss Earth-Fire

1 / Philippines 2001 Catharina Svensson (Denmark) Simone Regis (Brazil) Margarita Kravtsova (Kazakhstan) Daniela Stucan (Argentina)
2 / Philippines 2002 Winfred Omwakwe (Kenya)

*originally Džejla Glavović (Bosnia and Herzegovina)

Slađana Božović (Yugoslavia) *originally Winfred Omwakwe (Kenya) Juliana Drossou (Greece)

*originally Slađana Božović (Yugoslavia)

Elina Hurve (Finland)

*originally Juliana Drossou (Greece)

3 / Philippines 2003 Dania Prince (Honduras) Priscila Poleselo Zandoná (Brazil) Marianela Zeledón Bolaños (Costa Rica) Marta Matyjasik (Poland)
4 / Philippines 2004 Priscilla Meirelles (Brazil) Murielle Celimene (Martinique) Kahaya Lusazh (Tahiti) Yanina González (Paraguay)
5 / Philippines 2005 Alexandra Braun (Venezuela) Amell Santana (Dominican Republic) Katarzyna Borowicz (Poland) Jovana Marjanović (Serbia and Montenegro)
6 / Philippines 2006 Hil Hernández (Chile) Amruta Patki (India) Cathy Untalan (Philippines) Marianne Puglia (Venezuela)
7 / Philippines 2007 Jessica Trisko (Canada) Pooja Chitgopekar (India) Silvana Santaella (Venezuela) Angela Gomez (Spain)
8 / Philippines 2008 Karla Henry (Philippines) Miriam Odemba (Tanzania) Abigail Elizalde (Mexico) Tatiane Alves (Brazil)
9 / Philippines 2009 Larissa Ramos (Brazil) Sandra Seifert (Philippines) Jessica Barboza (Venezuela) Alejandra Echevarria (Spain)
10 / Vietnam 2010 Nicole Faria (India) Viktoria Shchukina (Russia)

*originally Jennifer Pazmiño (Ecuador) 

Watsaporn Wattanakoon (Thailand) Yeidy Bosques (Puerto Rico)
11 / Philippines 2011 Olga Alava (Ecuador) Driely Bennettone (Brazil) Athena Imperial (Philippines) Caroline Medina (Venezuela)
12 / Philippines 2012 Tereza Fajksová (Czech Republic) Stephany Stefanowitz (Philippines) Osmariel Villalobos (Venezuela) Camilla Brant (Brazil)
13 / Philippines 2013 Alyz Henrich (Venezuela) Katia Wagner (Austria) Punika Kulsoontornrut (Thailand)

*dethroned, not replaced

Catharina Choi (South Korea)
14 / Philippines 2014 Jamie Herrell (Philippines) Andrea Neu (USA) Maira Rodriguez (Venezuela) Anastasia Trusova (Russia)
15 / Austria 2015 Angelia Ong (Philippines) Dayanna Grageda (Australia) Brittany Payne (USA) Thiessa Sickert (Brazil)
16 / Philippines 2016 Katherine Espin (Ecuador) Michelle Gomez (Colombia) Stephanie Zorzi (Venezuela) Corrin Stellakis (USA)

*originally Bruna Zanardo (Brazil)

17 / Philippines 2017 Karen Ibasco (Philippines) Nina Robertson (Australia) Juliana Franco (Colombia) Lada Akimova (Russia)
18 / Philippines 2018 Nguyễn Phương Khánh (Vietnam) Melanie Mader (Austria) Valeria Ayos (Colombia) Melissa Flores (Mexico)
19 / Philippines 2019 Nellys Pimentel (Puerto Rico) Emanii Davis (USA) Klára Vavrušková (Czech Republic) Alisa Manenok (Belarus)
20 / Philippines 2020

 

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