Insead & Bocconi take over the top of the rankings

As predicted, by sailing well at Cranfield, where neither had participated in 2010,  The Insead and Bocconi sailing teams power to the top of the MBA Sailing rankings. The rankings are calculated from the regatta results over the last 12 months, and are the best answer to the question “Who’s best ?”

By winning the Cranfield regatta, Insead climb to the top of the rankings, where they lead by two points from Bocconi , who were third at Cranfield.

London Business School trail by 13 points in third, badly affected by their poor showings in Sta Margharita and Rhodes, while Cranfield and MIP round out the top 5.

Previously top ranked Warwick drop out of the top 5 altogether with their 22 in the Cranfield regatta.

Glasgow make a strong showing, at 8 after their first MBA Sailing regatta. Aberdeen, Ashridge, Portsmounth and Oxford Said drop out of the rankings, having not competed since Cranfield 2010.

School Bocconi Sta Margharita ’10 LBS GMT Athens ABC Venice Cranfield Solent Total Number of Regattas Position Change
Insead 9 4 3 1 17 4 1 +7
Bocconi 1 2 13 3 19 3 2 +5
LBS 18 9 1 4 32 4 3 -1
Cranfield 2 17 13 2 34 2 4 -1
MIP Milano 21 3 7 12 43 3 5 +12
Warwick 5 5 13 22 45 3 6 -5
Manchester 11 17 13 7 48 2 7 -3
Glasgow 21 17 13 5 56 1 8 +24
Rotterdam 19 14 8 15 56 4 9 -4
Henley 21 17 13 8 59 1 10 =
Leeds 21 17 13 9 60 1 11 +18
Smurfit 21 17 13 13 64 1 12 -3
Exeter 21 17 13 14 65 1 13 7
Columbia 7 17 4 37 65 2 14 -1
Chicago 15 1 12 37 65 3 15= -1
HEC/Trium 13 6 9 37 65 3 15= -1
IMD 11 17 2 37 67 2 17 -1
Bath 21 17 13 18 69 1 18 -7
Imperial 21 17 13 19 70 1 19= -1
Sauder 3 17 13 37 70 1 19= =
Kellogg/WHU 4 17 13 37 71 1 21 -1
IE 9 17 8 37 71 2 22 -1
WHU 5 17 13 37 72 1 23 -1
Wharton 15 8 13 37 73 2 24 -1
MIT Sloan 7 17 13 37 74 1 25 -1
IESE 13 17 13 37 80 1 26 =
WU 21 17 6 37 81 1 27 +1
Harvard 17 17 13 37 84 1 28 +2
Athens 21 17 11 37 86 1 29 +2

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