INSEAD are the 2017 Sunsail MBA Global Sailing League Champions

22449793_870626063096960_908794931433048489_nAfter scoring their third first place of the year at the Rolex MBA’s Conference and Regatta, INSEAD stamped their authority on the league, scoring half the points of their two nearest rivals. The full league table can be found here.

INSEAD won at the start of the season in Lanzarote, in the middle of the year on the Solent, and then at the end of the season at Santa Margherita. In the meantime, they came third at the ABC and 4th at the Global MBA Trophy, and discard their points from the RSM regatta. Continue reading “INSEAD are the 2017 Sunsail MBA Global Sailing League Champions”

London Business School are the 2016 Sunsail MBA Global Sailing League Champions

182131_361050597296498_1517972939_n-e1344174985834Following their fourth place at the Rolex MBAs Cup regatta in Sta Margherita, LBS finish the year on 19 points, four ahead of Skolkovo who did not participate in Italy.

London Business School won the Cranfield regatta and came second in Athens, while coming in fifth at the ABC and missing the RSM regatta.  Skolkovo won three out of the four regattas they participated in, coming second at Cranfield.

INSEAD are third with 29 points, while MIT Sloan surge up the table to 6th following their victory at the Bocconi regatta. Continue reading “London Business School are the 2016 Sunsail MBA Global Sailing League Champions”

LBS cling onto the top of the rankings

2 (100)London Business School manage to hold onto the top spot in the MBA sailing rankings despite their 6th place at the ABC regatta in Le Havre. Meanwhile the Skolkovo team added a second first place in 2015 to their second place fron 2014 to move up three places to third place.  HEC move up to second place, while Kellogg/WHU drop from second to fourth after missing the ABC.

Rotterdam are the other mover, climbing 2 places to 6th.

LBS owe their position to their first place at the 2014 Cranfield regatta,  third at the 2014 RSM regatta and 4th at the 2014 Bocconi regatta, while Skolkovo are still handicapped by missing the 2014 Cranfield and Bocconi regattas.

Will everything change after this week’s 2015 Cranfield regatta?

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HEC shoot up the rankings

HEC, participating at the Cranfield regatta for the first time in many years, shot up the rankings from 19th to 4th, with a creditable 7th place.  HEC have now sailed at 3 of the 5 regattas in the last 12 months.

The rankings take all the results in league regattas in the last 12 months into account.

London Business School’s first place at the Cranfield Regatta sees them stay top of the rankings, where they’ve been since the RSM regatta in 2012.

INSEAD, by not competing at Cranfield for the second year running, racked up a massive 20 points, and stay second in the rankings despite having won both the RSM regatta and the ABC in the last 12 months.

Kellogg/WHU remain third, with their fine third place at Cranfield.

Other climbers in the rankings include BAth, up 7 places to 8= after coming 4th at Cranfield, MIP up 10 places to 12th, having missed Cranfield in 2013 and Aston in the table for the first time at 17=.

School RSM, Lely-
stad
Bocconi
Sta Mar-
gharita
LBS GMT Athens ABC Ile Des Embiez Cran-
field Solent
Total No
of Reg-
attas
Pos’n Change
LBS 3 16 2 5 1 27 5 1  =
Insead 1 7 3 1 20 32 4 2  =
Kellogg/WHU 5 18 6 4 3 36 4 3  =
HEC/Trium 7 15 9 2 7 40 3 4  +15
Bocconi 7 4 3 7 20 41 2 5  -1  Continue reading “HEC shoot up the rankings”

London Business School Win the 2013 MBA Sailing League

London Business School have won the MBA Sailing League 182131_361050597296498_1517972939_n-e1344174985834for 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.

LBS won the league by winning at the Global MBA Trophy in Athens, Greece and the Cranfield Regatta in the Solent, UK. They came second at the ABC regatta, in Marseille, France and third at the RSM regatta in Lelystad, Netherlands. Continue reading “London Business School Win the 2013 MBA Sailing League”

Rankings after Cranfield 2013

For completeness, here are the rankings following the Cranfield regatta in July 2013:

Kellogg/WHU’s 2nd place brings them up 8 places to second overall.

Leeds, who won the regatta in 2012, deop out of the table altogether.  Insead, who did not participate in the regatta, drop down to 5th.

School RSM, Lemmer Bocconi Sta Mar-
gharita
LBS GMT Athens ABC Mars
-eille
Cran
-field Solent
Total No of Reg
-attas
Pos’n Chg
LBS 3 11 1 2 1 18 5 1  =
Kellogg/WHU 1 13 2 6 2 24 5 2  +8
Cranfield 10 3 8 7 3 31 2 3  =
Rotterdam 2 5 6 6 18 37 5 4  +2
Insead 7 9 3 1 21 41 4 5  -3 Continue reading “Rankings after Cranfield 2013”

Rankings after ABC 2013

for completeness, here are the rankings as they were following the ABC regatta in June:

School Cranfield Solent RSM, Lemmer Bocconi Sta Mar-
gharita
LBS GMT Athens ABC Mars-
eille
Total No of Reg-
attas
Pos’n Chg
LBS 3 3 11 1 2 20 5 1  =
Insead 6 7 9 3 1 26 5 2  =
Cranfield 2 10 3 8 7 30 2 3  =
Bocconi 9 10 2 8 7 36 2 4  =
Leeds 1 10 20 8 7 46 1 5  +2 Continue reading “Rankings after ABC 2013”