Wednesday, May 18, 2011

2003 Miss World Rosanna Davison

Rosanna Davison was born 17 April 1984 in County Dublin, Ireland. Rosanna Davison, the daughter of the famous rock star Chris De Burgh and wife Diana, hails from Ireland. In August 2003, she entered the Miss Ireland finals in Dublin, and winning the competition, found herself competing for the title of Miss World. December 2003 saw Davison, along with 106 other contestants, compete in the Miss World competition in Sanya, China.

Rosanna attended Rathdown School, a private, all-girls school located in Glenageary, County Dublin. She was class prefect before graduating and completing her leaving certificate examinations in 2002. In 2006, she graduated From University College Dublin with a degree in Sociology and Art History.

Davison, interested in many sports activities including swimming, water skiing, hockey, tennis, netball, athletics, hill walking and snow skiing is also a keen dancer having studied ballet and modern dance. She is also a fine artist and sculptor and has a love for music, cinema and art.

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2003 Contestants List


Albania - Denisa Kola

Andorra - María José Girol

Angola - Celma Katia Carlos

Antigua - Anne-Marie Browne

Argentina - Grisel Hitoff

Aruba - Nathaly Biermans

Australia - Olivia Stratton

Bahamas - Shantell Hall

Barbados - Raquel Wilkinson

Belarus - Volha Nevdakh

Belgium - Julie Taton

Belize - Dalila Vanzie

Bolivia - Helen Aponte

Bosnia & Herzegovina - Irna Smaka

Botswana - Boingotlo Motlalekgosi

Brazil - Lara Brito

Bulgaria - Rajna Naldzhieva

Canada - Nazanin Afshin-Jam

Cayman Islands - Nichelle Welcome

Chile - Alejandra Soler

People's Republic of China - Guan Qi

Colombia - Claudia Molina

Costa Rica - Shirley Álvarez

Croatia - Aleksandra Grdic

Curaçao - Angeline da Silva Goes

Cyprus - Stella Stylianou

Czech Republic - Lucie Váchová

Denmark - Maj Buchholtz Pedersen

Dominican Republic - María Eugenia Vargas

Ecuador - Mayra Renteria

England - Jacqueline Turner

Estonia - Kriistina Gabor

Ethiopia - Hayat Ahmed

Finland - Katri Johanna Hynninen

France - Virginie Dubois

Georgia - Irina Onashvili

Germany - Babette Konau

Gibraltar - Kim Marie Falzun

Greece - Vasiliki Tsekoura

Guadeloupe - Lauranza Doliman

Guatemala - Dulce María Duarte

Guyana - Alexis Glasgow

Holland - Sanne de Regt

Hong Kong China - Rabee'a Yeung

Hungary - Eszter Toth

Iceland - Regina Jónsdóttir

India - Ami Vashi

Ireland - Rosanna Davison

Israel - Miri Levy

Italy - Silvia Cannas

Jamaica - Jade Fulford

Japan - Kaoru Nishide

Kazakhstan - Saule Zhunosova

Kenya - Janet Kibugu

Korea - Park Ji-yea

Latvia - Irina Askolska

Lebanon - Marie-José Hnein

Lesotho - Makuena Lepolesa

Lithuania - Vaida Grikšaite

Macedonia FYRO - Marija Vašik

Malaysia - Wong Sze Zen

Malta - Rachel Xuereb

Mauritius - Marie Aimee Bergicourt

Mexico - Erika Honstein

Moldova - Elena Danilciuc

Namibia - Petrina Thomas

Nepal - Priti Sitoula

New Zealand - Melanie Paul

Nicaragua - Hailey Britton Brooks

Nigeria - Celia Bissong

Northern Ireland - Diana Sayers

Northern Marianas - Kimberly Castro

Norway - Elisabeth Wathne

Panama - Ivy Ruth Ortega

Paraguay - Karina Buttner

Peru - Claudia Hernández

Philippines - Maria Rafaela Yunon

Poland - Karolina Gorazda

Portugal - Vanessa Job

Puerto Rico - Joyceline Montero

Romania - Patricia Filomena Chifor

Russia - Svetlana Goreva

Scotland - Nicci Jolly

Serbia & Montenegro - Bojana Vujadinovic

Singapore - Corine Kanmani

Slovakia - Adriana Pospíšilová

Slovenia - Tina Zajc

South Africa - Cindy Nell

Spain - María Teresa Martín

Sri Lanka - Sachini Stanley

Swaziland - Thembelihle Zwane

Sweden - Ida Söfringsgärd

Switzerland - Bianca Sissing

Tanzania - Sylvia Bahame

Thailand - Janejira Keardprasop

Trinidad & Tobago - Magdalene Walcott

Turkey - Tugba Karaca

Uganda - Aysha Nassanga

Ukraine - Ilona Yakovleva

United States - Kimberly Harlan

Uruguay - Natalia Rodríguez

Venezuela - Valentina Patruno

Vietnam - Nguy?n Ðình Th?y Quân

Wales - Imogen Thomas

Zambia - Cynthia Kanema

Zimbabwe - Phoebe Monjane

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