Henly, Cranfield, Bath, Said drop as BSAR results fall from the league

The much loved Business Schools Alumni Regatta (BSAR) was cancelled in 2009, and will be amalgamated into the Cranfield regatta in 2010.  As a result, on the aniversary of the 2008 event, the scores from that event are dropped from the rankings.

2008 winners, Henley drop 6 places to 18=. 3rd place Cranfield lose 6th spot to Rotterdam, and Bath lose 8th to Smurfit.

Said (Oxford) drop off the table altogether.

There’s no change at the top of the table, with all five teams staying in place.

17 17 10 23
Position Change School Bocconi Sta Margharita LBS GMT Athens ABC Port Camargue Cranfield Solent Total Number of Regattas
1 = LBS 6 2 2 1 11 4
2 = Warwick 4 6 10 13 33 4
3 = Insead 7 1 4 24 36 3
4 = Bocconi 1 4 11 24 40 2
5 = Columbia 9 5 3 24 41 3
6 +1 Rotterdam 5 3 11 24 43 2
7 -1 Cranfield 18 18 11 2 49 1
8 +1 Smurfit 18 18 11 3 50 1
9 -1 Bath 18 18 11 4 51 1
10 = IE 3 13 11 24 51 2
11 = Tuck 8 9 11 24 52 2
12 = Kellogg/WHU 12 7 11 24 54 2
13= +1 Bradford 18 18 11 8 55 1
13= +1 Ipade 2 18 11 24 55 1
15 +1 Judge 18 18 11 9 56 1
16= +1 Cass 18 18 11 14 61 1
16= +2 IMD 18 18 1 24 61 1
18= -6 Henley 18 18 11 16 63 1
18= +1 MIP Milano 18 10 11 24 63 1
18= +1 WHU 10 18 11 24 63 1
21 = Sauder 11 18 11 24 64 1
22 = Athens 18 12 11 24 65 1
23 = Wharton 13 18 11 24 66 1
24= = IESE 14 18 11 24 67 1
24= = WU 18 18 7 24 67 1
26= +1 Duke 15 18 11 24 68 1
26= +1 Exeter 18 18 11 21 68 1
26= = Kingston 18 18 8 24 68 1
29= +1 HEC 18 18 9 24 69 1
29= +1 NYU- Stern 16 18 11 24 69 1
31= +1 GISMA 18 18 11 23 70 1
31= +1 Harvard 17 18 11 24 70 1

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