Miss World 2014
The Miss World Organisation has revealed the top five contestants of the challenge events.Getty

The Miss World Organisation has revealed the top five contestants of the challenge events including: Top Model, Beach Fashion, Multimedia, Talent and Sports & Fitness.

The winners of each round will be announced at the final gala of the pageant which will take place in London on 14 December, when one of the contestants will be crowned Miss World 2014 by last year's winner, Megan Young of the Philippines.

The beauty pageant organisers had previously revealed the top ten Beauty with a Purpose finalists during the Miss World Charity Gala Dinner, held at the Grosvenor Hotel in London. The participants are from countries including England, India, Brazil, Indonesia, Kenya, Guyana, Philippines, Bolivia, South Africa and Netherlands.

Scroll down to take a look at the top five contestants of the challenge events:

Miss World Top Model

China PR- Du Yang

South Sudan - Awien Kuanyin-Agoth

Bosnia & Herzegovina - Isidora Borovcanin

Hungary - Edina Kulcsár

Australia - Courtney Thorpe

Beach Fashion

Mexico - Daniela Álvarez Reyes

Kenya - Idah Nguma

Sweden - Olivia Asplund

South Africa - Rolene Strauss

India - Koyal Rana

Multimedia

Netherlands - Tatjana Maul

Guyana - Rafieya Husain

India - Koyal Rana

United States - Elizabeth Safrit

England - Carina Tyrrell

Talent

The winner of the talent round will be announced on Sunday after a sing-off between the top two choices.

Miss Malaysia World 2014 Dewi Liana Seriestha will sing Opera, while Ellie McKeating from Scotland will sing Traditional Gaelic Vocals.

The other three contestants who made it to the Talent event are:

Russia - Anastasia Kostenko - Ballet

Sweden - Olivia Asplund - Ice Skating

United States – Elizabeth Safrit - Ballet en Pointe

Sports & Fitness

Miss World Finland 2014 Krista Haapalainen was previously revealed as the winner in the Sport and Fitness competition.

Hungary's Edina Kulcsár secured the second spot, while Rolene Strauss of South Africa came third.

The rest of the positions are:

4th - Serbia - Milica Vuklis

5th - Wales - Alice Ford