Who Nailed Swimsuit Competition at Miss Grand International 2017: A Review!


Miss Grand International 2017: A Review on Swimsuit Competition

The official Swimsuit Competition of Miss Grand International 2017 took place on October 17, 2017 at Vinpearl Phú Quốc Resort & Villas, Phú Quốc Island, Vietnam, wherein delegates across eighty countries strutted the poolside runway in their blazing swimsuits. The winner of this round would be awarded with the prize of Best in Swimsuit during the grand finale of Miss Grand International 2017.

The swimsuit competition was judged by Nawat Itsaragrisil, CEO of Miss Grand International Organization, Ariska Putri Pertiwi, Miss Grand International 2016,  Teresa Chaivisut, Vice President of Miss Grand International Organization, Madison Anderson, Miss Grand Puerto Rico and Third Runner Up at Miss Grand International 2016 and Michelle Leon, Miss Grand USA and Fourth Runner Up at Miss Grand International 2016.

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So without any further delay, let’s unfold the best performances of the swimsuit competition.

On first place is Haiti. Jennifer Alexis pulled off a major surprise in the swimsuit competition. She smoothly glides the runway and leaves an impression which is difficult to fade. I am rooting on this girl for prelims!

On second place is the pretty black barbie, England. Nikuthaba Noky Simbani is everything you look for in a representative on the runway. She is playful, vivacious but at the same time incredibly confident.  Her smile steals all the limelight.

On third place is Indonesia. There are no qualms about the fact that Dea Goesti Rizkita has come to the competition with resolution that she will not let her sash go unnoticed. With perfect rampwalk skills, Dea comes across as highly confident and graceful.

On fourth place is Jamaica. Jenaae Jackson has the x factor which is missing in many of the delegates. When she walks the runway she makes sure that eyes are on her till the time she performs. She owns the runway with the appealing body language.

On fifth place is the exotic and fierce Peru. María José Lora not just has one of the best beach bodies but she also owns the oomph required to gain the spotlight. Her body language is commendable.

On sixth place is Thailand. Like her predecessors, Pam Premika Pamela Pasinetti does not disappoint at all, in fact she is right there at the right track, taking forward the legacy of Thailand at Miss Grand International. She is confident and the sassiness in her walk just builds up the charisma she reflects in her performance.

On seventh spot is India. Anukriti Gusain with that angelic face ensnares the hearts and she knows it well. She is beautiful and her vivacity makes her one to watch for as the competition proceeds.

Honorable Mentions

Countries like Colombia, Brazil, Fiji, Mexico, South Sudan, USA and Venezuela were impressive in the swimsuit competition and might go far in the race of Miss Grand International 2017 crown.

You can watch the complete swimsuit competition right here-

 

Who were your picks for the title of Best in Swimsuit? Do share with us in the comment section below. Meanwhile, stay tuned as we return with the complete gallery of the swimsuit competition. Till then, see you! 🙂

Also See: PHOTOS OF MISS GRAND INTERNATIONAL 2017 SWIMSUIT COMPETITION 

Meet The Contestants of Miss Grand International 2017 HERE!

Who Should Be Miss Grand International 2017? Cast Your Vote HERE!

 

 

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  1. Pingback: Miss Grand International 2017: Delegates Strut The Runway During Swimsuit Competition! [PHOTOS] | The Kaleidoscope of Pageantry

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