London Business School’s 3rd place at the IE Halloween regatta was enough to clinch the title of MBA Sailing League Champions for 2022. The only school to take part in all four regattas of 2022, London won the POLIMI regatta in Capri and the RSM regatta in Porto, coming 4th in the LBS Global MBA Trophy in Athens.
MIP/POLIMI’s win in Athens and 3rd place in Capri helped them to second place, while Imperial’s second place in Lanzarote sees them leapfrog Tuck into third. Tuck’s second in Athens means they take 4th place and IE’s win in Lanzarote means they round out the top 5.
The POLIMI team, formerly MIP, maintain their lead in the 2022 MBA League with third place in their own regatta. London Business School advance to 2nd after their 1st place. Otherwise the top 5 remain the same.
In the rankings, LBS also climb to second, with Kellogg/WHU in 3rd.
MIP’s win in the Global MBA Trophy in Greece puts them top of the 2022 MBA Global Sailing League table. It also means that they climb to the top of the 12- month rankings, pushing Kellogg/WHU down to second place.
Moscow’s Skolkovo School of Management, in only their second year participating in the Sunsail MBA Global Sailing League have emerged as champions.
Despite being unable to compete at the Rolex MBA’s Regatta in Santa Margharita Ligure, and so scoring a maximum 19 points for that regatta, their consistent first and second places in the other regattas of the season has meant that they out- score London Business School, whose joint seventh place in the Bocconi – organised regatta gives them 25 points to Skolkovo’s 24.
London Business School have won the MBA Sailing League for the second year in a row. Despite their effective 16th place at the Rolex MBA’s Cup, and their main rivals INSEAD coming home in 7th equal, the INSEAD team could not overcome the handicap of not having sailed at the Cranfield regatta in July. INSEAD come second equal for the second year in a row, with the Kellogg/WHU team their partners in second place. The top five are rounded out by Cranfield in 4th and Rotterdam in 5th, both there for the second year in succession.
INSEAD climb 2 places above Cranfield who didn’t compete in Italy. EFPL climb 8 places to 6th, Manchester 7 places to 7th, and Tuck 6 places to 8th equal. Meanwhile Warwick, AUEB, Bath and Henley drop out of the top 10.
London Business School’s first place at the Cranfield Regatta, along with the no- show from the start of the season’s main competitors, Insead, means that the London school extend their lead at the top of the league from 1 point to 6 points. Insead, meanwhile drop from second to 5th equal, picking up a massive 21 points as they missed one of the season’s biggest regattas
Coming up strongly are Kellogg/WHU, who’s second place at Cranfield matches their second at the Global MBA Trophy in April.
Despite INSEAD’s win at the ABC regatta, London Business School’s second place keeps them at the top of the 2013 league, albeit with only 1 point seperating them from INSEAD.
The League table for 2013 only contains results from two regattas so far: the Global MBA Trophy and the Alumni Business Cup.
Kellogg/WHU, who were part of the “MBA Fastnet” team at the ABC, drop one place to third. AUEB also part of that team drop to fourth. HEC’s third place at the regatta means they come into the league in 5th place, level with Warwick, who missed the action in Marseille.
London Business School, despite only managing 11th place in the Rolex MBAs Cup Regatta were only 2 places behind their main rivals, INSEAD, and so retained the lead in the 2012 MBA Sailing League to win the title for the second time.
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