About Us   Jobs   Contact Us      


 
Google  

Spaniard Wins "Mr. World" in Mr. Pageant 2007
    2007-04-01 03:42:37     Xinhua


Spaniard Juan Garc Postigo won the top honor of Mr. World in the final round of contest of Mister World Pageant 2007 on Saturday, March 31, 2007 in Sanya City of south China's Hainan Province. [Photo: cnsphoto]

A Spanish man won the top honor of Mr. World in the final round of contest of Mister World Pageant 2007, which concluded on Saturday night in Sanya City of south China's Hainan Province.

Juan Garc Postigo from Spain outshined the other 55 competitors, followed by Lucas Gil from Brazil and Jiang Lejun from China.

Contestants from 56 countries and regions, such as Bahamas, New Ireland and Austria gave excellent performances on the contest, which was broadcast live in more than 100 countries to an audience of nearly 1.4 billion.

Mr. Pageant 2007, the first of its kind held in China, made healthy, handsome, brave, thoughtful and responsible as the theme, which are believed to be the most desirous characters attracting women, organizers said.

The Mr. World contest was launched in 1996. The previous contest was held in London in 2003, and Gustavo Cabral Narciso from Brazil was crowned the fourth Mr. World.

Sanya, China's southernmost tropical city, hosted the Miss World pageants from 2003 to 2005.

Share

               
Recommend


CRIENGLISH.com claims the copyright of all material and information produced originally by our staff. No person, organization and/or company shall reproduce, disseminate or broadcast the content in any manner whatsoever without the express written permission of CRIENGLISH.com.

CRIENGLISH.com holds neither liability nor responsibility for materials attributed to any other source. Such information is provided as reportage and dissemination of information but does not necessarily reflect the opinion of or endorsement by CRI.

Also on our site
China | World
• Russian Natural Gas Supplies to Balkans Halted
• Three Israeli Soldiers Killed in Friendly Fire in Gaza
• Polanski's Lawyers Seek to Have Sex Case Dismissed
• Foreign Journalists still Not Allowed into Gaza
• US VP-elect Joe Biden to Visit Pakistan
• China Curbs Overseas Trips on Public Expense
Business | Sports | SciTech
• China Issues Long-awaited 3G Licenses
• Wahaha, Danone Start Trademark Arbitration
• GM Reports 31 Percent Sales Decline in U.S. Market
• Call for More Overseas Talents
• Bulgarian Figure Skating Champion Sentenced to 2.5 Years in Prison
• China's Mission to Mars Set for Take-off
Life | Showbiz
• A Seemingly Endless Scandal
• Asian Art Top Show Kicks off in Beijing
• Behind-the-Scene Photos of "Look for a Star"
• Universal Pictures Movies Set New B.O. Record in 2008
• Tan Dun's Deep Pool of talent
• Top 10 Shows in 2008 
Webcast  
• China Drive, Afternoon, 2009-01-07
• China Drive, Afternoon, 2009-01-06
• China Drive, Morning, 2009-01-06
• Official Property Declaration System
• India handed over evidence of Mumbai attacks to Pakistan
• EU delegation holds talks to push for a cease-fire in Gaza
• Mubarak Meets with EU Troika on Gaza Situation
• Bush says any Gaza ceasefire must stop Hamas rocket fire
 
View the Messages