Pyszkova of Czech Republic crowned Miss World 2024


Krystyna Pyszkova from Czech Republic has won the Miss World 2024 title at a grand event in Mumbai.

The first runner-up was Yasmina Zaytoun from Lebanon.

The reigning Miss World, Karolina Bielawska, from Poland handed over the crown to her successor at the star-studded finale on Saturday.

Krystyna Pyszkova from the Czech Republic, according to a report by Business Day, clinched the Miss World 2024 title at a grand ceremony held at the Jio World Cinema in Mumbai.

In addition to her titles, Krystyna received the Best Fashion Designer Award – Europe.

She beat contestants including India’s Sini Shetty, Trinidad and Tobago’s Aché Abrahams, and Botswana’s Lesego Chombo.

Pyszkova, fluent in English, Polish, Slovak, and German, was the second Miss World from the Czech Republic.

India, the host after 28 years, was represented by Sini Shetty, who did not make it to the top four.

India had previously won the title six times.

Pyszkova, a dual degree holder in Law and Business Administration, was also a model and the founder of the Krystyna Pyszko Foundation.

She had also established an English school for underprivileged children in Tanzania.

Krystyna was trained in art and could play the transverse flute and the violin.

Her Beauty With A Purpose project focused on her initiatives in Tanzania.

She had also founded a foundation in the Czech Republic that offers educational programs for children, the elderly, and individuals with mental disabilities.

In an interview with, she expressed her excitement and commitment to her role as the Beauty with a Purpose ambassador.

Pyszková, who wore a custom-made gown by a Thai designer, expressed her love for India and its culture.

She also highlighted the importance of sustainability, revealing that her national costume was made from recyclable materials.

Pyszková, who is also passionate about arts and plays the Transverse flute and the violin, urged young girls to trust themselves and develop a winning mindset.

The 71st Miss World pageant, held at the Jio World Convention Centre in Mumbai, saw participation from 112 countries.

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