Miss World 2014 contestant Anastasia Kostenko
The contest “Miss World 2014” kicks off in London on November 20 and will last for three and a half weeks, the final will be held on December 14th. This year, the tradition of the previous three years to send the same girl for two major international beauty pageants, Miss World and Miss Universe has been finally interrupted. It is possible that the organizers of the contest “Miss Russia” have finally realized that the girl who has not achieved success in one international competition, just will not succeed and the other. Therefore it is better to give a chance to two different girls two contests than two chances for one. However, the decision to send the second Vice-Miss Russia Anastasia Kostenko to “Miss World” the organizers explained that “Miss Universe” and “Miss World” has been held in similar terms, with a difference of only 5 weeks between the final, so the winner of the contest “Miss Russia” Julia Alipova simply does not have time for both competitions and she will be ready only for “Miss universe.”
Why in the “Miss World” participates Second Vice-Miss Russia, not the first (Muscovite Anastasia Reshetova) remains a mystery. A few words about a girl who will represent Russia at the “Miss World 2014”. Anastasia Yaroslavovna Kostenko was born March 29, 1994 in Salsk of Rostov region. Her height is 175 cm, the parameters of figures: chest 86 cm, hips 58 cm, waist is 89 cm. Prior to the contest “Miss Russia 2014” Anastasia did ballet professionally, graduated from Rostov College of Arts majoring The Art of Ballet. Also worked as a model. At the contest “Miss Russia”, she represented the Rostov region. After successful participation in the contest “Miss Russia” Anastasia Kostenko moved to Moscow and entered the Russian Peoples’ Friendship University, the Faculty of Journalism.
In her free time she is choreographing, doing sports, drawing, and playing the piano. Her favorite movie – “Black Swan”, where Natalie Portman plays a ballerina going mad. Favorite book – “The Idiot” by F.M. Dostoevsky.