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Complete list of Mister Grand International 2021 candidates

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Mister Grand International 2019 Nguyen Van Tuan, 26, of Vietnam will crown his successor in Panama City, Panama on December 4, 2021. It will be the fourth edition of the international male beauty pageant.

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Nguyen was crowned in Yangon, Myanmar on November 10, 2019. He was not able to crown his successor in 2020 due to the new coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

There are 38 men competing for the Mister Grand International 2021 title. Here are the candidates:

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  1. Jorge Barrera (Argentina)
  2. Edo Karapetyan (Armenia)
  3. Liam Vlassenbroeck (Belgium)
  4. Cristhian Cochamanidis (Bolivia)
  5. Aaron Connor Mead (Canada)
  6. Patrick Maranao (Chile)
  7. Yerson Andres Arengas (Colombia)
  8. Esteban Sanarrucia (Costa Rica)
  9. Yunior Mora (Cuba)
  10. Lukas Vysehrad (Czech Republic)
  11. Dean Mendoza (Dominican Republic)
  12. Jaime Eliab Salas Moya (Easter Island)
  13. Gabriel Moreno (Ecuador)
  14. Tino Kantonen (Finland)
  15. Cedric Cabane (France)
  16. Ramiro Rojas (Guatemala)
  17. Dexter Gardener (Guyana)
  18. Rodhero Dolsaint (Haiti)
  19. Sujith Kumar (India)
  20. Danilo Rivero (Margarita Island)
  21. Boisdort Alfred Frantz (Martinique)
  22. Gustavo Olmos (Mexico)
  23. Muhammad Fahad (Pakistan)
  24. Abdiel Diaz (Panama)
  25. Axel Portillo (Paraguay)
  26. Renzo Panduro Durand (Peru)
  27. Michael Ver Anton Comaling (Philippines)
  28. Judylay Borges (Portugal)
  29. Fernando Ezekiel Padin Rodriguez (Puerto Rico)
  30. Anthony Sikanadze (South Africa)
  31. Seo Jun Choi (South Korea)
  32. James Kawajja (South Sudan)
  33. Gioele Arunthep (Thailand)
  34. Suveer Ramsook (Trinidad and Tobago)
  35. Huseyn Telmanzade (Turkey)
  36. Alex Demianenko (Ukraine)
  37. Cayman Cardiff (USA)
  38. Steven Aponte (Venezuela)
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The following were originally announced as candidates but later pulled out from the competition:

  1. Conor Rigney (Australia)
  2. Thiago Carille (Brazil)
  3. Jevgeni Koilov (Estonia)
  4. Kenta Nagai (Japan)
  5. Adilbek Nurakayev (Kazakhstan)
  6. Kafidife Olafisayo (Nigeria)
  7. Ciprian Ioan Văsi (Romania)
  8. Dmitry Bodyako (Russia)

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