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Miss Austria

Miss Austria
Formation 1929
Type Beauty Pageant
Headquarters Vienna
Location
Membership
Miss Universe
Miss World
Miss International
Miss Europe
Official language
German
National Director
Silvia Schachermayer
Website Official website

Miss Austria is a national beauty pageant in Austria.

History

From 1959, the promoter is Miss Austria Corporation. Winner represents Austria in Miss World on occasions the winner is also send to Miss Universe pageant.

In the pageant of Miss Austria, the first and second placed candidates of each federal state take part. So in the final there are 18 delegates from the 9 Bundesländer.

Titleholders

Year Miss Austria Province
1929 Lisl Goldarbeiter Vienna
1930 Ingeborg von Grienberger Styria
1931 Hertha van Haentjens Vienna

1948-Present

Year Miss Austria Province Notes
1948 Ingrid Jonaszin Vienna
1949 Nadja Tiller Vienna
1950 Hanni Schall Vienna Miss Europe 1950
1951 Nadja Tiller Vienna Did not compete
1952 Inge Fröwis Vorarlberg
1953 Inge Fröwis Vorarlberg
1955 Felicitas von Goebel Vienna
1956 Traudl Eichinger Burgenland
1957 Hannerl Melcher Vienna
1958 Hanni Ehrenstrasser Vienna Miss Europe 1958
1959 Christl Spazier [1] Vienna Miss Europe 1959
1960 Luise Kammermeier Burgenland
1961 Heidi Fischer Vienna
1962 Dorli Lazek Vienna
1963 Erika Kammbach Burgenland Did not compete
1964 Evi Rieck Lower Austria Did not compete
1965 Carin Schmidt Salzburg
1966 Brigitte Krüger Salzburg
1967 Christl Bartu [2] Vorarlberg
1968 Eva Rueber-Staier Styria Miss World 1969
1969 Evi Kurtz Styria
1970 Sonja Milnaric Tyrol Did not compete
1971 Roswita Winkler Lower Austria Did not compete
1972 Ursula Bacher [3] Carinthia
1973 Roswitha Kobald [4] Styria
1974 Evelyn Engleder Upper Austria
1975 Rosemarie Holzschuh Lower Austria
1976 Heidi Passian Lower Austria
1977 Eva Düringer Vorarlberg Miss Europe 1978
1978 Doris Anwander Vorarlberg
1979 Karin Zorn Styria Miss Europe 1980
1980 Helga Scheidl Lower Austria Did not compete
1981 Edda Schnell Lower Austria
1982 Elisabeth Kawan Styria
1983 Mercedes Stermitz Styria
1984 Michaela Nußbaumer Vorarlberg
1985 Elfride Heindl Styria Did not compete
1986 Ulli Harb Styria Did not compete
1987 Marielle Moosmann Vorarlberg Did not compete
1988 Sabine Grundner Carinthia Did not compete
1989 Nicole Natter Vorarlberg Did not compete
1990 Susanne Hausleitner Styria Did not compete
1991 Christine Heiss Vorarlberg Did not compete
1992 Tamara Mock Vorarlberg Did not compete
1993 Jutta Mirnig Carinthia
1994 Eva Medosch Vienna Did not compete
1995 Dagmar Perl Styria Did not compete
1996 Sonja Horner Upper Austria Did not compete
1997 Susanne Nagele Tyrol
1998 Sabine Lindorfer Upper Austria
1999 Sandra Köbl Vorarlberg
2000 Patricia Kaiser Upper Austria
2001 Daniela Rockenschaub Upper Austria
2002 Céline Roscheck Lower Austria Did not compete
2003 Tanja Duhović Vienna Did not compete
2004 Silvia Hackl Upper Austria Did not compete
2005 Isabella Stangl Salzburg Did not compete
2006 Tatjana Batinić Vienna
2007 Christine Reiler Lower Austria
2008 Marina Schneider Tyrol Did not compete
2009 Anna Hammel Upper Austria
2010 Valentina Schlager Carinthia Did not compete
2011 Carmen Stamboli Vienna Did not compete
2012 Amina Dagi Vorarlberg Replaced Annika Grill to compete at the Miss Universe 2015.
2013 Ena Kadic Tyrol
2014 Julia Furdea Upper Austria
2015 Annika Grill Upper Austria

Miss Austria at International pageants

Representatives at Miss World

Color key
  •      Declared as Winner
  •      Ended as runner-up
  •      Ended as one of the finalists or semifinalists
Year Miss Austria Placement Special Awards
2015 Annika Grill TBA TBA
2014 Julia Furdea Unplaced Miss Sport (Top 32)
2013 Ena Kadic Unplaced
2012 Amina Dagi Unplaced
2011 Julia Hofer Unplaced
2009 Anna Hammel Unplaced
2008 Kathrin Krahfuss Unplaced
2007 Christine Reiler Top 16
2006 Tatjana Batinić Unplaced
2001 Daniela Rockenschaub Unplaced
2000 Patricia Kaiser Unplaced
1999 Sandra Köbl Unplaced
1998 Sabine Lindorfer Unplaced
1997 Susanne Nagele Unplaced
1996 Bettina Buxbaumer Unplaced
1995 Elizabeth Unfried Unplaced
1994 Bianca Engel Unplaced
1993 Jutta Mirnig Unplaced
1992 Kerstin Kinberg Unplaced
1991 Andrea Isabella Pfeiffer Unplaced
1990 Carina Friedberger Unplaced
1989 Marion Amann Unplaced
1988 Alexandra Werbanschitz Top 15
1987 Ulla Weigerstorfer Miss World 1987
1986 Chantal Schreiber 2nd Runner-up
1985 Gabriele Maxonus Unplaced
1984 Heidemarie Pilgerstorfer Top 15
1983 Mercedes Stermitz Top 15
1981 Beatrix Kopf Unplaced
1980 Sonya-Maria Schlepp Top 15
1979 Karin Zorn 6th Runner-up
1978 Doris Anwander Top 15
1977 Eva Düringer Top 15
1976 Monika Muhlbauer Unplaced
1975 Rosemarie Holzschuh Unplaced
1974 Evelyn Engleder Unplaced
1973 Roswitha Kobald Unplaced
1972 Ursula Bacher 3rd Runner-up
1971 Waltraud Lucas Top 15
1970 Rosemarie Resch Unplaced
1969 Eva Rueber-Staier Miss World 1969
1968 Brigitte Krüger Top 15
1967 Christl Bartu Unplaced
1965 Ingrid Kopetzky Unplaced
1964 Dorli Lazek Unplaced
1963 Sonja Russ Unplaced
1962 Inge Jaklin Unplaced
1961 Hella Wolfsgruber Top 15
1959 Helga Knofel Unplaced
1957 Lilo Fischer Unplaced
1956 Margaret Scherz Unplaced
1955 Felicitas von Goebel Top 15

Representatives at Miss Universe

Traditionally the winner or sometimes the runner up competes at Miss Universe pageant.
Year Miss Austria Province Placement Special Awards
2015 Amina Dagi Vorarlberg TBA TBA
2014 Julia Furdea Upper Austria Unplaced
2013 Doris Hofmann Upper Austria Unplaced
2004 Daniela Strigl Vienna Unplaced
1999 Katja Giebner Vienna Unplaced
1993 Rosemary Bruckner Vienna Unplaced
1992 Karin Friedl Vienna Unplaced
1990 Sandra Luttenburger Vienna Unplaced
1989 Bettina Berghold Vienna Unplaced
1988 Maria Steinhart Vienna Unplaced
1987 Kristina Sebestyen Vienna Unplaced
1986 Manuela Redtenbacher Vienna Unplaced
1985 Martina Haiden Vienna Unplaced
1984 Michaela Nußbaumer Vorarlberg Unplaced
1983 Mercedes Stermitz Styria Unplaced
1982 Elisabeth Kawan Styria Unplaced
1981 Gudrun Gollop Vienna Unplaced
1980 Isabel Stefanie Muller Vienna Unplaced
1979 Karin Zorn Styria Unplaced
1978 Doris Anwander Vorarlberg Unplaced
1977 Eva Düringer Vorarlberg 1st Runner-up
1976 Heidi Passian Lower Austria Unplaced
1975 Rosemarie Holzschuh Lower Austria Unplaced
1974 Evelyn Engleder Upper Austria Unplaced
1973 Roswitha Kobald Styria Unplaced
1972 Ursula Bacher Carinthia Unplaced
1971 Edeltraud Neubauer Vienna Unplaced
1970 Evi Ifriede Kurz Vienna Unplaced
1969 Eva Rueber-Staier Styria Top 12
1968 Brigitte Krüger Salzburg Unplaced
1967 Christl Bartu Vorarlberg Unplaced
1966 Renate Polacek Vienna Unplaced
1965 Carin Schmidt Salzburg Unplaced Miss Photogenic
1964 Gloria Mackh Vienna Unplaced
1963 Gertraud Bergler Vienna Top 15
1962 Christa Linder Vienna Top 15
1961 Ingrid Bayer Vorarlberg Unplaced
1960 Elizabeth Hodacs Vienna 2nd Runner-up
1959 Christl Spazier Vienna Unplaced
1957 Hannerl Melcher Vienna Top 16
1953 Lore Felger Vienna Top 16

Representatives at Miss International

Since 1995 Austria did not compete at Miss International pageant after lost the franchise of the pageant.
Year Miss Austria Placement Special Awards
1994 Kerstin Sattler Unplaced
1993 Silvia Kronbichler Unplaced
1992 Karin Friedl Unplaced
1991 Regina Kozak Unplaced
1990 Sandra Luttenburger Unplaced
1989 Bettina Berghold Unplaced
1987 Kristina Sebestyen Top 10
1986 Manuela Redtenbacher Unplaced
1985 Martina Margarete Haiden Unplaced
1984 Isabella Haller Unplaced
1983 Eveline Rille Unplaced
1983 Annette Schneider 2nd Runner-up
1981 Barbara Unplaced
1980 Manuela Kier Unplaced
1979 Elisabeth Schmidt 2nd Runner-up
1978 Elisabeth Havichek Unplaced Miss Photogenic
1977 Eva Prevolnik Unplaced
1976 Elvira Botempo Top 10 Miss Photogenic
1975 Rosemarie Holzschuh Unplaced
1974 Margit Schwarzer Unplaced
1973 Roswitha Kobald Unplaced
1972 Brigitt Matzak Von Goricke Unplaced
1971 Martha Flaschka Unplaced
1970 Ilse Wolfgang Unplaced
1969 Crystl Holler Unplaced
1968 Huberta Kessler Unplaced
1967 Angelika Aichberger Top 10
1965 Hannelore Hogn Unplaced
1964 Erika Augustin Unplaced
1963 Xenia Doppler 2nd Runner-up Miss Photogenic
1962 Inge Jaklin Unplaced
1961 Iris Kosch Unplaced
1960 Elizabeth Hodacs Top 15

Different spelling of names:

  1. ^ In lists of international contests the spelling Spatzier appears, moreover letter turnings as Spaitzer.
  2. ^ In the participants' list of Miss World Christina Barth.
  3. ^ In the participants' lists of Miss World, Universe und Europe Pacher.
  4. ^ This way in all lists mentioned above. Miss Austria Corporation spells Roswita.
http://www.vienna.at/valentina-schlager-ist-miss-austria-2010/news-20100328-08474196

By number of wins (state)

Below are the number of winners as Miss Austria according to the year in which they crowned.
State Titles Years
Vienna 16 1929, 1931, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1955, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1961, 1962, 1994, 2003, 2006, 2011
Vorarlberg 12 1952, 1953, 1967, 1977, 1978, 1984, 1987, 1989, 1991, 1992, 1999, 2012
Styria 11 1930, 1968, 1969, 1973, 1979, 1982, 1983, 1985, 1986, 1990, 1995
Upper Austria 9 1974, 1996, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2004, 2009, 2014, 2015
Lower Austria 8 1964, 1971, 1975, 1976, 1980, 1981, 2002, 2007
Tyrol 4 1970, 1997, 2008, 2013
Carinthia 1972, 1988, 1993, 2010
Salzburg 3 1965, 1966, 2005
Burgenland 1956, 1960, 1963

See also

External links

  • Miss Austria
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