HEC Win in Santa Margharita and shoot up the rankings

Winning division A in the Bocconi MBA’s Cup, first- time entrants HEC shoot up the MBA league table from a lowly 29= to 12th.  Until this Regatta, HEC had only competed in one regatta each year (The ABC) and so missed out on league places.

Second in Sta Margharita were Kellogg/WHU, who also climb the table, up 7 to 5th, and third place Sauder climb 6 to 15th.

LBS cling on to top spot, despite a poor showing in 11th, while Insead overtake Warwick to claim second place.  Chicago enter the league table for the first time. Their 9th place in Italy means they get to 22=.  The league bids farewell to Harvard, IESE, Ipade and NYU-Stern,  all of whom were in Sta. Margharita in 2008, but did not return this year.

The full end of 2009 table is:

Position Change School LBS GMT Athens ABC Port Camargue Cranfield Solent Bocconi Sta Margharita Total Number of Regattas
1 = LBS 2 2 1 11 16 4
2 +1 Insead 1 4 24 4 33 3
3 -1 Warwick 6 10 13 6 35 4
4 +1 Columbia 5 3 24 8 40 3
5 +7 Kellogg/WHU 7 11 24 2 44 2
6 +1 Cranfield 18 11 2 15 46 1
7 +1 Smurfit 18 11 3 15 47 1
8 +1 Bath 18 11 4 15 48 1
9 -5 Bocconi 4 11 24 10 49 2
10 -4 Rotterdam 3 11 24 12 50 2
11 +2 Bradford 18 11 8 15 52 1
12 +17 HEC 18 9 24 1 52 2
13 +2 Judge 18 11 9 15 53 1
14 -4 IE 13 11 24 5 53 2
15 +6 Sauder 18 11 24 3 56 1
16= = Cass 18 11 14 15 58 1
16= = IMD 18 1 24 15 58 1
18 -7 Tuck 9 11 24 15 59 1
19= -1 Henley 18 11 16 15 60 1
19= -1 MIP Milano 10 11 24 15 60 1
19= -1 WHU 18 11 24 7 60 1
22= = Athens 12 11 24 15 62 1
22= +11 Chicago 18 11 24 9 62 1
24 = WU 18 7 24 15 64 1
25= +1 Exeter 18 11 21 15 65 1
25= +1 Kingston 18 8 24 15 65 1
27 -4 Wharton 18 11 24 13 66 1
28= -2 Duke 18 11 24 14 67 1
28= +3 GISMA 18 11 23 15 67 1

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