Wednesday, May 18, 2011

2002 Miss World Azra Akın

Azra Akın was born was 8 December 19981 in Almelo, the Netherlands to Turkish parents. Akın's father Nazım and mother Ayda emigrated from Turkey to the Netherlands in 1971. Azra Akın has one younger sister called Doruk. In 1998, at the age of 17, Akın was selected Elite Model of Turkey; she then participated in the Europe Elite Model competition in Nice, France where she was in the final 15. Akın continued modelling in Germany for the German catalogue Otto.

In 2002, Akın won Star TV's Miss Turkey. Miss World 2002, the 52nd Miss World pageant was held on December 7, 2002 at Alexandra Palace, London, United Kingdom. The pageant was initially slated for Abuja, Nigeria but due to conflict in the city of Kaduna arising from a publication of an article in a Lagos based newspaper the pageant was relocated to London, United Kingdom.

In 2003, Akın won a gold medal when she participated in the British reality TV show The Games.

In 2004, Akın modelled for the postcards of the Eurovision Song Contest 2004 which were shown before each song. In 2010, she won on the TV dance show Yok Boyle Dans, the Turkish version of Dancing with the Stars.

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2002 Miss World Azra Akın From Turkey


2002 Contestants List


Albania - Anjeza Maja

Algeria - Lamia Saoudi

American Virgin Islands - Hailey Cagan

Angola - Rosa Mujinga Muxito

Antigua - Zara Razzaq

Argentina - Tamara Henriksen

Aruba - Rachelle Oduber

Australia - Nicole Rita Gazal

Bahamas - T'Shura Ambrose

Barbados - Natalie Webb-Howell

Belgium - Sylvie Doclot

Belize - Karen Russell

Bolivia - Alejandra Montero

Bosnia & Herzegovina - Daniela Vinš

Botswana - Lomaswati Dlamini

Brazil - Taíza Thomsen

Bulgaria - Desislava Antoniya Guleva

Canada - Lyndsey Bennett

Chile - Daniela Casanova

People's Republic of China - Wu Yingna

Colombia - Natalia Peralta

Croatia - Nina Slamic

Curaçao - Ayanette Statia

Cyprus - Angela Droudsioutou

Czech Republic - Katerina Smržová

Ecuador - Jessica Angulo

England - Daniella Luan

Estonia - Triin Sommer

Finland - Hanne Hynnynen

France - Caroline Chamorand

Germany - Indira Selmic

Ghana - Shaida Buari

Gibraltar - Damaris Hollands

Greece - Katerina Georgiadou

Guyana - Odessa Phillips

Holland - Elise Boulogne

Hong Kong, China - Victoria Jane Jolly

Hungary - Renata Rosz

India - Shruti Sharma

Ireland - Lynda Duffy

Israel - Karol Lowenstein

Italy - Susanne Zuber

Jamaica - Danielle O'Hayon

Japan - Yuko Nabeta

Kazakhstan - Olga Sidorenko

Kenya - Maryanne Kariuki

Latvia - Baiba Svarca

Lebanon - Bethany Kehdy

Lithuania - Oksana Semenišina

Macedonia - Jasna Spasovska

Malaysia - Mabel Ng

Malta - Joyce Gatt

Mexico - Blanca Zumárraga

Namibia - Ndapewa Alfons

New Zealand - Rachel Huljich

Nicaragua - Hazel Calderón

Nigeria - Chinenye Ochuba

Northern Ireland - Gayle Williamson

Norway - Kathrine Sørland

Panama - Yoscelin Sánchez

Peru - Marina Mora

Philippines - Katherine Anne Manalo

Poland - Marta Matyjasik

Puerto Rico - Cassandra Polo

Romania - Cleopatra Popescu

Russia - Anna Tatarintseva

Scotland - Paula Murphy

Singapore - Sharon Cintamani

Slovakia - Eva Verešová

Slovenia - Nataša Krajnc

South Africa - Claire Sabbagha

Spain - Lola Alcocer

Swaziland - Nozipho Shabangu

Sweden - Sophia Hedmark

Tahiti - Rava Maiarii

Tanzania - Angela Damas Mtalima

Thailand - Ticha Leungpairoj

Trinidad & Tobago - Janelle Rajnauth

Turkey - Azra Akin

Uganda - Rehema Ni Nakuya

Ukraine - Iryna Udovenko[1]

United States - Rebekah Revels

Uruguay - Natalia Figueras

Venezuela - Goizeder Azúa

Vietnam - Ph?m Th? Mai Phuong

Wales - Michelle Bush

Yugoslavia - Ana Šargic

Zimbabwe - Linda van Beek

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