Meet Mister Panamá Manhunt 2023 Andres Primera

Andres Primera will represent Panama at the 22nd Manhunt International (Manhunt International 2023) competition in Vietnam later this year.

The 29-year-old social communication student and fitness competitor won his title Mister Panamá Manhunt 2023 (Manhunt Panama 2023) on Sunday, January 29 in Panama City. He is also a model, actor, and dancer.

"I am enormously grateful to the [Mister Panamá] Organization for allowing me to be part of this wonderful process for trusting in talent and bringing out the best in us," he wrote in a statement on social media.

"Here I met great people, who fight and strive every day to achieve and fulfill their dreams, and thanks to this I remain firm and focused because they are reasons for inspiration, to continue achieving each goal that we set for ourselves," he added.

He also thanked his supporters and continued with the message: "It doesn't matter what you decide to do, but always think about what makes you happy. There are no fears that can exceed the size of your dreams. If things don't change, change the way you see them."

Lastly, he encouraged everyone to keep going and never give up on their dreams. He said, "Don't let life's circumstances bring you down when there's a long way to go."

Photos: Gino Rovetto / Mister Panamá Oficial


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