With just one regatta to go, the 2019 MBA Global Sailing League is neck and neck, with INSEAD and Skolkovo tied on 17 points, and LBS just 4 points behind.
It will all come down to the Bocconi regatta, the MBA’s Cup at Porto Cervo, Sardinia this weekend. Whoever from these three comes out on top in Italy should take home the 2019 League. Continue reading “Tight at the top of the 2019 league”
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.
Also climbing are Cranfield, who jump straight into the 2013 league table at 3, with their third place in their own regatta. The top 5 are rounded out by Exeter, who came 6th at Cranfield. Continue reading “LBS consolidate their leading position in the MBA Sailing League”
For completeness, here is the 2012 League table after one event:
Italians dominate as Bocconi are lying first and MIP second.
Despite only managing 4th in their class, which counts as joint 7th overall in the Bocconi – organised Rolex MBA’s Regatta, in Santa Margharita Ligure, Italy, Insead stay top of the league, and so win the trophy for 2011. Their closest competitors, and last year’s league champions, London Business School came in 7th in their class, 13th overall, while home team Boconni came third in their class – joint 5th overall. Bocconi oust LBS from their second place in the league.
Apart from their 7th in Italy, Insead’s league victory came with a first place at the Cranfield regatta, third at the ABC regatta and 4th at the GMT regatta. Continue reading “Insead Win the 2011 MBA Sailing League”