Photo: Beate A Tecza/MrGayEurope.com

Photo: Beate A Tecza/MrGayEurope.com

A tough and strenuous week is over for the delegates of Mr Gay Europe 2014.

Jack Johansson from Sweden is the new Mr Gay Europe, but the rest of the delegates did not let him win that easy.

The competition contains of 12 different challenges throughout the week, and each challenge is vectored according to importance. The delegates are informed about the vectoring of the challenges ahead of the competition.

Here are a list of the Top 5 in each challenge and how much each challenge is vectored. In each challenge Top 10 of the delegates collects points towards the Grand Finale, apart from “Mr Congeniality” and “Art Challenge” where only the winner collects points.

 

1) Interview (Vector 6)

1 Denmark

2 Austria

3 Sweden

4 France and Northern Ireland

 

2) Written test (Vector 2)

1 France

2 Belgium

3 Cyprus and Denmark

4 Sweden and Ireland

 

3) Art challenge (Vector 2)

1 Northern Ireland

2 Austria

3 Sweden

4 Switzerland

5 Bulgaria

 

4) Mr Congeniality (Vector 1)

United Kingdom

 

5) Swim wear challenge (Vector 3)

1 Cyprus

2 United Kingdom

2 The Czech Republic

3 Sweden

4 Germany

 

6) Online vote (Vector 1)

1 United Kingdom

2 Sweden

3 Cyprus

4 Ireland

5 Northern Ireland

 

7) Talent challenge (Vector 1)

Austria

 

8) Photo challenge (Vector 2)

1 United Kingdom

2 Sweden

3 Cyprus

4 Ireland

5 Northern Ireland

 

9) Sport challenge

1 Northern Ireland

2 Sweden

3 Switzerland

4 Austria

5 Ireland

 

10) Grand Finale Show (Vector 2)

1 Sweden

1 Austria

2 United Kingdom

3 Cyprus

4 Germany

 

11) Grand Finale Question (Vector 2)

1 Denmark

2 Sweden

3 United Kingdom

4 Austria

5 Northern Ireland

 

12) Practical challenge

All of the Top 5 did all their 4 practical challenges and was awarded 4 x 6 points.

 

13) Administrative points

Of all of the Top 5 only one delegate lost 0,5 vector (6 points) for leaving behind/forgetting a costume but this did not change the overall results.

 

Top 5 Finale 

1 Sweden

2 Austria

3 United Kingdom

4 Denmark

5 Northern Ireland

 

 

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