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”

INSEAD retain the Alumni Business Cup

10338291_10202398420418004_4338455905974301325_nMaarten De Vries’s INSEAD crew won the ABC Cup on the 22 – 25th May for the second year in a row, and the fourth time  since the regatta began in 1992.

The trophy returned to the island of Les Embiez, near Toulon, France.

INSEAD scored an impressive 7 wins out of 10, and take home the ABC trophy and also the Stelton Sailing trophy for best performance on the water.

Second place went to Philippe Lerique’s HEC team, with the podium made up by Marc LeBorgne’s INSEAD team.

Last year’s winners, LBS, could only manage 5th and 6th places.

Continue reading “INSEAD retain the Alumni Business Cup”

London Business School Stay top of the league

LBS-Sailing-LogoDespite 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.

School LBS GMT Athens ABC Marseille TOTAL Position Number of Regattas change
LBS 1 2 3 1 2 =
Insead 3 1 4 2 2 +1
Kellogg/WHU 2 6 8 3 2 -1
AUEB 3 6 9 4 2 =
HEC/ Trium 8 3 11 5= 1 +3
Warwick 4 7 11 5= 1 -1
Rotterdam 6 6 12 7 2 -1
Columbia 8 6 14 8= 1 =
IE 7 7 14 8= 1 -1

Insead stay top of the rankings

INSEAD’s   third place at the Global MBA trophy in Piraeus consolidates their position at the top of the MBA Sailing rankings as we begin the 2012 season.  Indeed, as they came 4th in 2011, it makes their score one point less than at the end of 2011.

Bocconi and LBS are lying second and third respectively with 22 and 23 points, while Manchester and Cranfield benefit from the smaller number of qualifying boats in Greece and move up to 4th and 6th respectively at the expense of MIP Milano and Warwick who drop to 5th and 7th respectively. Only the 6 boats in the “A” division at Athens could qualify for the trophy, and so only those boats competing in the A division could gain points for the league.

 

Other big movers are Wharton, Chicago and HEC/Trium who missed Athens this year and so drop 4, 10 and 7 places respectively.

School ABC Venice Cranfield Solent Bocconi Sta Margharita LBS GMT Athens Total Number of Regattas Position Change
Insead 3 1 7 3 14 4 1  =
Bocconi 13 3 5 1 22 3 2  =
LBS 1 4 13 5 23 4 3  =
Manchester 13 7 11 7 38 2 4  +2
MIP Milano 7 12 20 2 41 3 5  -1  Continue reading “Insead stay top of the rankings”