Hail storms, 26 knot winds and massive waves off Barcelona meant that the Spring Games regatta due to be held on 23rd April was cancelled. The Spring Games event itself went ahead with all the various shoreside sports taking place.
IESE Business School in Barcelona have announced that the 2022 Spring Games will take place on 22- 24 April.
The sailing regatta is planned for Friday 22nd and Saturday 23rd, with boats and host venue/sailing club to be announced. Results from the regatta count for the MBAsailing league.
The programme will be:
Friday 22nd of April 2022 – Training and 1st day of regatta
Saturday 23rd of April 2022 – Regatta 9:00 Open door and free training11:00 –> 15:00 Regattas.
The format will be windward leeward races.
The sailing is just one sport in a multi- sport event.
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The IESE Spring games, the most recent addition to the MBA Sailing League, has announced the dates for the 2020 edition.
The event will take place on 20-22 March, sailing J80 Sportsboats as part of a wider sporting event. More details are available at the event website: https://www.iesespringgames.com/
The IESE Spring games joined the MBA Sailing league for the first time in 2019. The sailing regatta was held off Barcelona, and occurred alongside the competitions in many other sports, and shared the evening festivities with them
The trophy was won by the home team, with fellow Barcelona school ESADE taking second, and INSEAD in third. Full list of regatta placings below. Continue reading “IESE win their home games”
The IESE Spring games has been taking place in Barcelona in early April for many years, and in recent years has included a regular regatta. As the regatta has taken place for three consecutive years, and hosted multiple other schools, it now qualifies for the MBA Sailing league.
The 2019 event takes place on 5 – 7 April, as part of a multi- sport competition organised by the IESE business school.
More details at the event website: https://www.iesespringgames.com/
The final regatta of the Sunsail MBA Global Sailing League, the Rolex MBA’s Conference and Regatta, was as usual the biggest event of the year, featuring 50 boats and 400 sailors.
The “A” division was split into an “Open” class of 10 J70s and an “Offshore” class of 9 Beneteau 36.7s.
INSEAD took their third title of the season to win the Open class, capping off a dominant year with three first places out of five. Second place was 2016’s winner of the MBA’s cup, MIT with IESE third.
Tuck, in their only regatta of the year, won a very competitive Offshore class, with two firsts. HEC and Goethe rounded off the podium, winning a race each.
The MBA’s cup was presented jointly to INSEAD and Tuck along with a joint INSEAD/ Bocconi team in the “Cruising” class of handicapped non- spinnaker boats. Continue reading “INSEAD share the Rolex spoils with Tuck in Santa Margherita”