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Mr World 2010 competition begins in Korea

The 2010 Mr World competition has officially began with early arrivals  of contestants from different parts of the globe  as they head  straight to the gym.

According to a statement, sent online by Jamie Ley, the Mr. World Press Officer, “Mr World 2010 Korea,  “Today is the official start of the Mr World , a two week festival and the contestants have been arriving at Incheon International Airport in their droves. The official Mr World buses have been going to and from the airport all day dropping off contestants who have just landed in Korea, and for many it is their first ever visit to the land of the morning calm.

There will be an official welcoming dinner tonight at The Golden Sky Resort where senior government officials including the Mayor of Incheon will be among the special guests.

From left; Mr. World contestants from Costa Rica, Venezuela and Dominican Republic arriving at Incheon International Airport, Korea

Venezuela, Costa Rica and Dominican Republic caused a stir as they arrived wearing their national scarves. “It’s just great to finally be here” said Venezuela. Costa Rica declared “I think I can speak for everyone when I say we’ve been looking forward to this for a long time!”

The contestants who arrived early decided to hit the gym. Any advantage you can gain over rival contestants could be vital so they were quick to get their gym shorts on and head down to the fitness centre.

Ireland said “It just feels good to get the blood pumping again” as he added an extra weight to the Chest workout machine. United States agreed “It feels great to be down here. I just want to be in tip-top condition for the physical challenges that lie ahead” he said.

MR WORLD 2010 will be produced by the Miss World Organisation.

THE MISS WORLD ORGANISATION owns and manages Mr World, as well as the annual Miss World Finals, a contest that has grown into one of the World’s biggest events.  Since launch is 1951, the Miss World Organisation has raised more than $500m for children’s charities.


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