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Arnhem, Netherlands’ Jeremy Lensink named Mister Tourism World 2019 third runner-up in Siġġiewi, Malta

Representing the Netherlands, Jeremy Lensink, 28, almost won Mister Tourism World 2019. He was the third runner-up of the fourth edition of the international male beauty pageant established in Bali, Indonesia on January 30, 2016 with a headquarter in Greenwich, London, England, United Kingdom.

Hailing from Arnhem, Netherlands, Lensink is a model of Dutch and Indonesian descent. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration.

For 14 years, Lensink participated in soccer. He was a goalkeeper and became a football referee at the semi-professional level.

“Nowadays, most people will know the Netherlands because of our capital city Amsterdam,” Lensink told Missosology in 2018. “Some people will know it because they followed our Dutch national football team. Other people will know my country because they love Gouda cheese.”

In 2018, Lensink represented the Netherlands in the 12th edition of Mister International, which took place in Yangon, Myanmar. The Arnhem native finished in the Top 16 and won the Mister Congeniality special award.

“In the Netherlands, you can be who you want to be,” the Indonesian-Dutch model told Miss Holland and Now in 2018. “It doesn’t matter if you are; for example, lesbian, gay or Muslim or Christian. We accept all cultures, religions and sexualities. Therefore, I’m proud to be Dutch.”

 

 

Including Lensink, 19 men from around the world competed in Mister Tourism World 2019. The coronation night took place at the Montekristo Estate in Siġġiewi, Malta on January 11, 2020.

It was Danial Hansen, 24, of Malaysia who won the Mister Tourism World 2019 title. He succeeded Mister Tourism World 2018 Kyle Vosper, 25, of England.

Runner-up to Hansen was Jomar Josue Perez, 24, of Puerto Rico. Rafael Columna, 23, of Dominican Republic and Carlos Santana, 29, of Brazil were the respective second and fourth runners-up.

Kotaro Kasamatsu of Japan, Herald Conner of Venezuela and Abdullah Cheng of the Philippines finished in the Top 8. Samuel Lopez Arcos of Spain, Alberto Quijada of Mexico, Omar Orlando Dale of Jamaica, Chanatip Nathon of Thailand and Wayne Cassar of Malta finished in the Top 13.

The Best Speaker award was given to Lensink. He was also second runner-up of the Charmingly Cultured Award.

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