The mixed team (including one crew member from INSEAD, and one from Oxford) came top of the points table at the RSM regatta in Porto, Portugal last weekend. They had a dominant first day, with 3 first places, and managed to hold onto first place with 2 second places on day 2.
The podium was made up of Kellogg/WHU, who found their mojo on day two, finishing the regatta with three bullets to end up second, and RSM who scored consistently to finish third, level on points.
Chicago Booth complete the list of competitors, with Skolkovo scored DNC in all races, after having to pull out due to international travel issues.
Skolkovo Business School in Moscow have been sending very successful teams to MBA Sailing events for many years, and for 2020 are inviting the rest of the league’s participants to their home city to compete in the SKOLKOVO Sailing Trophy.
The event takes place from Thursday 28 May through to Sunday 31 May, with racing on Friday 29th and Saturday 30th.
The sailing will be in J/70 sports boats at the “Water Stadium” in the North of Moscow.
The participation fee is €2,650 for a crew of 4.
AS this is the first sailing of this regatta, results will not count towards the MBA Sailing League points table.
The Skolkovo Sailing club look forward to seeing their MBA Sailing friends in May!
Milan’s MIP romped home in first place, in the J/24 division, in both races at the Bocconi One Ocean MBA’s Conference and Regatta held for the first time away from the Ligurian Coast in Porto Cervo, Sardinia.
In the Offshore Division, Harvard won the only race, with RSM(2nd) and Chicago(3rd) making up the podium.
Moscow’s Skolkovo school of management finished the season in a commanding position at the top of the MBA Global Sailing League. With three regatta wins and two third places, including their score at the season’s finale in Porto Cervo, Sardinia, they scored consistently well to come out 7 points ahead of second-placed INSEAD. London Business School finished the season in third place. Continue reading “Skolkovo are the 2019 MBA Global Sailing League Champions”
The Rotterdam School of Management regatta in Porto, Portugal, saw Skolkovo bring home their third victory of 2019. It was done emphatically with three first places out of the four races. LBS’s two teams came in second and third. Continue reading “Skolkovo take Porto crown”
Skolkovo brought in their second victory of the 2019 season with the win in Capri at the Alumni Business Cup, organised by MIP. It was a close- fought regatta, the Russian team winning by 4 points thanks to two race wins and a win in the shore games, against INSEAD 2’s three race wins, but inconsistent form in races 3 and 4 cost INSEAD 2 the regatta. LBS 1 round out the podium. Continue reading “Skolkovo victory in Capri”
The Global MBA Trophy, in its 15th edition, moved to England and the Isle of Wight for an offshore version: A 50nautical mile circumnavigation of the island. The race took place on Friday 26th April, setting off early at 0800 to catch the best tidal currents and was raced hard through the Solent and around the South side of the island.
The front of the fleet was a battle between home team LBS, Skolkovo and INSEAD, with LBS leading up to the last mark, where they decided to not drop their spinnaker, only to see INSEAD slip inside them and away. The Paris school held off London for the last couple of miles into the finish. Continue reading “INSEAD win the Offshore Trophy”
Moscow’s Skolkovo business school took away the top two places at the IE Winter regatta in Lanzarote. Winning three out of the four points races between them.
INSEAD took the third spot on the podium.
The first day of racing in Puerto Calero was cancelled due to high winds.
The regatta was divided into two classes by the results of the early race positions (Division A the leading boats and Division B the remainder), with both classes starting together but points being awarded based on the position in class. This allowed the race committee to impose different sail plans where appropriate. Continue reading “Skolkovo retain Winter Regatta title”