The 2nd edition of the Mister Supranational pageant concluded on December 2 in Krynica-Zdroj, Poland with Gabriel Correa of Venezuela taking home the top plum.
The 28-year-old actor from Caracas bested 33 other contestants to become the successor of Mexico’s Diego Garcy. He won US$12,000 in cash.
Spain’s Alejandro Cifo Capilla placed first runner-up, while Brazil’s Matheus Song was second runner-up. Slovakia’s Michal Gajdosech and Mexico’s Hector Javier Parga were third and fourth runners-up, respectively.
The Top 10 finalists also included Malta’s Justin Axiak (6th place and Mister Supranational Europe), India’s Altamash Faraz (7th place and Mister Supranational Asia and Oceania), United States’ Cody Ondrick (8th place and Mister Supranational Americas), Poland’s Jan Dratwicki (9th place), and Indonesia’s Gilbert Pangalila (10th place and Vodi Fan Vote winner).
The rest of the 20 quarter-finalists were the representatives of Chile (11th), Romania (12th), Puerto Rico (13th), Japan (14th), Suriname (15th), Panama (16th), Afghanistan (17th), Myanmar (18th), Netherlands (19th) and Philippines (20th).
Special awards went to Spain (Mister Photogenic), India (Mister Elegance), Canada (Mister Personality), Slovakia (Best Body), Bolivia (Mister Friendship), Brazil (Top Model) and Romania (Social Media). Photos by Bong Tan, Missosology.Org
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