After rigorous but fun rounds of challenges, Marisa Butler of the United States was named Miss World 2018 Sports Fast Track winner.
Vanessa Vargas of Bolivia and Leonie Hesselink of the Netherlands placed second and third, respectively.
The very athletic Butler, who trained for two years for the sports fast track challenge, earned an automatic placement in the Miss World quarterfinals. She now joins Kanako Date of Japan (Talent) and Maëva Coucke of France (Top Model) in the Top 30 as the Fast Track challenge winners.
The rest of the Sports finalists were:
Mexico – Vanessa Ponce
New Zealand – Jessica Daniel Tyson
Northern Ireland – Katharine Walker
Panama – Solaris Barba
Scotland – Linzi McLelland
Sierra Leone – Sarah Laura Tucker
Slovenia – Lara Kalanj
United States – Marisa Butler
Belarus – Maria Vasilevich
Bolivia – Vanessa Vargas
Canada – Hanna Begovic
Cayman Islands – Kelsie Woodman Bodden
Cook Islands – Reihana Koteka-Wiki
Dominican Republic – Denise Romero
Guinea Bissau – Rubiato Nhamajo
Ireland – Aoife O’Sullivan
Ecuador – Nicol Ocles
Finland – Jenny Lappalainen
Hungary – Andrea Szarvas
Kazakhstan – Ekaterina Dvoretskaya
Latvia – Daniela Gods-Romanovska
Moldova – Tamara Zareţcaia
Netherlands – Leonie Hesselink
Poland – Agata Biernat
The Miss World 2018 sports fast track event was held on the grounds of the Rosewood Hotel in Sanya, China.