Vietnam to Host 19th Manhunt International Competition in 2019
The Manhunt International Organization, under the leadership of Rosko Dickinson, held a press conference in Ho Chi Minh City yesterday to announce that Vietnam has been chosen to host the 19th Manhunt International World Final. The competition will take place in Ho Chi Minh City in March 2019. Delegates from more than 40 countries will compete for this prestigious title. The event will be televised on HTV in the host country and streamed live worldwide.
The first ever Manhunt International World Final was held in Australia in 1993, when Rosko Dickinson and Alex Liu joined forces with a dream to offer the men of the world a platform to showcase their talents. “Sadly, Alex passed away in January this year, but I know he is always with me as I continue the dream,” said Rosko Dickinson.
“Around the world, up until 1st December, countries will be holding National Manhunt competitions to find their representative to send to our next World Final, which originally was planned for December 2018, but with the sad passing of Alex need to be postponed and re-scheduled.”
“I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate and thank Truong Ngoc Tinh, Manhunt International 2017, and his new company Leading Media for all their hard work and determination to bring the Manhunt International World Final here to Vietnam for the very first time and wish him good luck with his exciting new venture,” said Mr. Dickinson. “Finally, on behalf of my recently departed partner Alex Liu and myself, let me extend our warmest greetings to the people of Ho Chi Minh City as you prepare to welcome the international delegates and guests from around the world, and my wish that the Manhunt International World Final will be a great success for all concerned.”