Lauren Gerik, representing Texas, of Abbott, TX was crowned the 2021-2021 Miss Czech-Slovak US Queen; she is the third Texas queen to wear the national crown. She also was awarded the Authentic Kroj Award. She has received a special educational scholarship donated by Dr. Cecelia Rokusek, Slovak Honorary Consul of Florida. Dr. Rokusek dedicates this scholarship to her parents John and Alicia “Fiala” Rokusek.
Hayley Piroutek, representing Kansas of Belleville, KS was crowned the 2021-2022 Miss Czech-Slovak US 1st Runner-Up. Also, Hayley was named Miss Congeniality; this award is voted on by her fellow contestants.
Addison Hejl, representing Nebraska of Pleasant Dale, NE was crowned 2021-2022 Miss Czech-Slovak US 2nd Runner-Up. Addison also received the Grand Talent and Oratory Awards.
Emily Cole, representing Oklahoma of Oklahoma City, OK was awarded the Talent Runner-Up Award and Sokol Talent Award.
Mary Carson, representing Minnesota of Lonsdale, MN was awarded the Americanized Kroj Award.
Breckyn Pokorny, representing Iowa of Iowa City, IA was awarded the John & Lois Fiala Spirit of the Czech/Slovak Heritage Award. This award recognizes the contestant who is passionate and dedicated to her heritage.
Aimee Hanes, representing Missouri, of Independence, MO was awarded the Gruntorad-Stastny Heritage Involvement Award. This award recognizes the contestant who exhibits outstanding involvement as presented on her application.
Megan Klaver, representing Wisconsin of Phillips, WI was awarded the Cultural Preservation Award. This award recognizes the contestant who exhibits a passion and dedication to creating the next generation of cultural ambassadors. She also received the Sokol Runner-Up Award for her talent.