London Business School are 2010 MBA Sailing League Champions.

Cranfield, Bocconi rise,  Rotterdam fall down the rankings.

An all British podium:

1 London Business School

2. Warwick Business School

3. Cranfield Business School

Despite their very poor showing at the Bocconi regatta, London Business School had enough in the bag to be able to weather their 18th place and still end 2010 as MBA SAiling League champions.

Bocconi’s first place improved on their 2009 result of 10th, and means that they rise six places into the top 10, lying 8th overall.  Cranfield’s second, along with their 5th in the Cranfield regatta means that they rise five places to take a spot on the end of year podium.

Warwick’s steady performances through the year, and their 5th place in Sta Margharita earn them second overall.

On the downside, Rotterdam give up their second place, and drop to 4th as their 19th place in Italy wrecks their chances.

London Business School won the inaugural MBA Sailing League trophy by winning the ABC regatta, coming second in the Cranfield regatta, and by being one of only two schools who attended all four of the season’s regattas in Athens,  La Ciotat (France), The Solent (England) and Santa Margharita Ligure (Italy).

Newcomers to the rankings, MIT Sloan, come straight in at number 21. IESE come in at 25th,  while Duke drop out of the rankings altogether.  Other climbers include IMD, who attended the Bocconi regatta for the first time, while the other big losers include Oxford Said, dropping 5 to 23rd, losing their points for attending in 2009.

School LBS GMT Athens ABC La Ciotat Cranfield Solent Bocconi Sta Margharita ’10 Total Number of Regattas Position Change
LBS 4 1 2 18 25 4 1 =
Warwick 15 8 7 5 35 4 2 +1
Cranfield 21 13 5 2 41 2 3 +5
Rotterdam 3 13 8 19 43 3 4 -2
Manchester 21 13 4 11 49 2 5 +2
Insead 1 5 37 9 52 3 6 -2
Exeter 21 13 1 21 56 1 7 -2
Bocconi 5 13 37 1 56 2 8 +6
Smurfit 21 13 3 21 58 1 9 -3
Kellogg/WHU 10 10 37 4 61 3 10 =
MIP Milano 2 2 37 21 62 2 11 -2
Henley 21 13 12 21 67 1 12 -1
Bath 21 13 13 21 68 1 13 -1
Portsmouth 21 13 14 21 69 1 14 -1
Imperial 21 13 18 21 73 1 15 +1
IMD 21 4 37 11 73 2 16 +6
Sauder 21 13 37 3 74 1 17 =
Columbia 18 13 37 7 75 2 18 +3
WHU 21 13 37 5 76 1 19 +4
HEC 21 6 37 13 77 2 20 -6
MIT Sloan 21 13 37 7 78 1 21 +10
IE 20 13 37 9 79 2 22 -3
Said 19 12 28 21 80 3 23 -5
WU 21 3 37 21 82 1 24 -4
Aberdeen 21 13 29 21 84 1 25= -2
IESE 21 13 37 13 84 1 25= +6
Chicago 21 13 37 15 86 1 27= -2
Wharton 21 13 37 15 86 1 27= =
Harvard 21 11 37 17 86 2 29 -2
Leeds 21 13 32 21 87 1 30 -4
Ashridge 21 13 36 21 91 1 31 -2

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