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Miss Russia (Russian: Мисс Россия) is a national Beauty pageant in Russia.
Miss Russia Wikipedia
The pageant has been running since 1992, however there was no Miss Russia 1994, 2000 or 2008.
Since 2007, the winner of Miss Russia represents her country in both Miss World and Miss Universe. However, if she's unable to participate, a runner-up is sent instead.
Russia has won three major international titles: Miss World 1992, Miss Universe 2002, who was later dethroned, and Miss World 2008.
The following women have represented Russia in the following international beauty pageants: Miss World, Miss Universe, Miss International, and Miss Earth.
The Miss Universe pageant began in 1952 and since then Russia has had 8 representatives classify in the finals including: 1 winner, 2 runner-ups, 3 finalists and 2 semi-finalists.
Notes:No representatives were sent in 1952-1993.
Oksana Fyodorova was dethroned from the title of Miss Universe 2002 four months after her win. Justine Pasek, the 1st Runner-up from Panama took over the title.
The Miss World pageant began in 1951 and since then Russia has had 10 representatives classify in the finals including: 2 winners, 1 runner-up, 1 finalist, 5 semi-finalists and 1 quarter-finalist.
Notes:No representatives were sent in 1951-1991.
Please see Miss International Russia for the Miss International representatives.
Please see Krasa Rossii for the Miss Earth representatives.Miss Universe 2002: Oxana Fedorova (dethroned)
Miss World 1992: Julia Kourotchkina
Miss World 2008: Ksenia Sukhinova
Miss Europe 1999: Yelena Rogozhina
Miss Europe 2002: Svetlana Koroleva
Miss Tourism Queen International 2007: Olga Zarubina
Miss Tourism Queen International 2009: Yekaterina Grushanina