The ISAF XML Regatta Reporting format (ISAF XRR) is an XML-schema defined by the International Sailing Federation to provide a universal standard for the transfer of information allowing instant integration of results management systems with the ISAF results database.
Use of the ISAF XRR message service allows for rapid publication of regatta results enabling regatta management teams to automate some of their office procedures and ensuring the ISAF Sailor biographies are immediately updated with results at the end of a regatta.
The latest version, v1.3.1, includes improvements on reporting regatta results, the standardisation of dates and times throughout the reports and validation of several ISAF related codes. The service allows the upload of racing results (fleet, match and team racing), download of sailor biography information and the download of regatta information.
Details of the ISAF XRR format and services can be found herebelow (marked with an asterisk *) which includes technical specifications and details of the software required to make use of the service.
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International Sailing Federation (ISAF)
ISAF XML Regatta Reporting (XRR) Data Format
International Sailing Federation
The International Sailing Federation (ISAF) is the world governing body for the sport of sailing.
ISAF is made up of over 130 Member National Authorities (MNAs), who are its principal members, and responsible for the decision making process that governs the sailing world.
There are currently more than 100 ISAF Class Associations, ranging from the small dinghy classes for young people up to 60 foot ocean racers.
Sailing is a lifetime sport enjoyed right across the world.
The sport encompasses a massive range of disciplines and events including Olympic sailing, offshore sailing, windsurfing, match racing, team racing, fleet racing and disabled sailing.
Sailing first joined the Olympic programme at the Paris 1900 Olympic Games. Sailing was back on the Olympic programme for the London 1908 Olympic Games and has been a part of every Olympic Games since.