Super-Hair World Cup VI
For 20 years, Super-Hair has held annual international tournaments to determine which countries have the best hair on the planet. Our four-year cycle culminates in 2022 with Super-Hair World Cup VI - and it starts extra-early, with a final qualifying series!
Ten countries already have earned a place in World Cup VI; they're listed below. We're adding six more countries to round out the field in this INTERZONAL TOURNAMENT.
As always, only one woman with outstanding hair represents each nation in this tournament. After an open nomination month September and a National Qualifying Week to settle three national entries, four groups are now in competition! Each group winner plus two "wild cards" will advance to World Cup VI.
WORLD CUP VI INTERZONAL GROUPS:
JAPAN: KYOKO FUKADA.
A singer and actress with a lengthy list of movie and TV credits.
JORDAN: RAKEEN SAAD.
An actress currently in the Netflix miniseries Alrawabi School for Girls.
SAUDI ARABIA: YARA MUSTAFA.
She's also in that Netflix miniseries, and is famous as an actress in Jordan. But her country of origin makes history as our first-ever Saudi entry.
UKRAINE: ANGELINKA BALERINKA.
An Instagram star whose long hair and bangs have made her a Crown Awards nomineee since 2017.
IRELAND: SHARON NI BHEOLAIN.
A co-anchor of RTE's 9:00 p.m. national TV newscast.
KOSOVO: FATBARDHA HOXHA.
A model who was Miss Kosovo 2019-20, then finished fourth in our EuroCup 2020.
UZBEKISTAN: NATASHA ALAM.
An actress in True Blood and a cover model, she finished fourth in this year's AAA Cup.
VENEZUELA: ANDREA DIAZ.
She left her native land and won the Miss Chile pageant in 2018.
GREECE: MARIA SAKKARI.
Ranked among the top 10 tennis players in the world, she was a 2019 Crown Awards nominee.
PAKISTAN: MEENA KHAN.
She calls herself simply an "artist" on Instagram. We believe this woman competed in our 2021 AAA Cup under a different name, working with the BBC World Service at the time.
SCOTLAND: RUTH CONNELL.
An actress in the TV drama Supernatural, who eliminated Amy Manson in national qualifying.
WALES: SOPHIE EVANS.
A star in musicals in London's West End, most recently in Wicked.
BELARUS: VICTORIA AZARENKA.
She's more of a part-time tennis player these days, but this grand slam winner won our EuroCup 2012 and is second in all-time Crown Award wins with 10.
BRAZIL: PAMELLA AZEREDO.
An Instagram and TikTok phenomenon who is the two-time defending Crown Award winner for Best Long Hair.
ENGLAND: TRACY-ANN OBERMAN.
An actress in the "Brit-com" Friday Night Dinner, she eliminated Suzannah Lipscomb in national qualifying.
NEPAL: MELINA MANANDHAR.
An award-winning movie actress in her homeland, she eliminated Jharana Bayacharya Rashid in national qualifying.
Oberman photo courtesy Sunday Times Magazine.
For the complete group play schedule, standings and match results, click here.
COUNTRIES ALREADY QUALIFIED FOR SUPER-HAIR WORLD CUP VI
DEFENDING CHAMPION: Indonesia
CUP OF THE AMERICAS TOP THREE: United States, Puerto Rico, Colombia
EUROCUP TOP THREE: Lithuania, Iceland, Belgium
AAA CUP TOP THREE: India, Thailand, South Korea
SUPER-HAIR WORLD CUP VI SCHEDULE:
ROUND-ROBIN GROUP PLAY: 13 October - 24 November; matches changing Wednesday evening U.S. time.
CUP GROUP PLAY (tentative): Beginning April 2022
Previous Tournaments: World Cup V (2018) World Cup IV (2014) World Cup III (2010) World Cup II (2006) World Cup I (2002)
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