The first day started with a totally calm and sunny morning, and finished in thunderstorms and heavy rain, the Women's Match Race Golfe du Morbihan in Vannes, France, put the sailors to the test on the first day of racing.
An earlier start allowed the Gold fleet to get a full four races on the penultimate day of the International Moth World Championships at Hayling Island, with the Silver fleet once again getting in three.
For the first time in the championship blue skies welcomed sailors to the venue with no sign of sea fog. Fortunately the gradient wind remained from the north east and the first starting signal was as scheduled.
The Moth Worlds fleet woke up to a glorious day at Hayling Island. The wind was blowing a steady 15 knots, the sun was shining and it was 23 degrees by 10:00 - perfect sailing conditions. The Gold fleet went out into Hayling Bay, while the Silver fleet headed off East to Bracklesham Bay.
The ISAF XML Regatta Reporting format (ISAF XRR) is an XML schema
defined by the International Sailing Federation; the world governing
body for the sport of sailing. It provides a universal standard for the
transfer of information relating to sailing events, including but not
limited to results, calendar and entry information.
Use the links in the menu above to navigate between the pages of
this section of the ISAF website.
If you require further information that is not currently included
or have comment(s) or suggestion(s) on the development of the project
and/or its online presence then please use the following link to access
the contact page for the ISAF technical department.
The Schema pages provide access to the
various development versions of the schema document and links to
examples that can be followed to assist in development of 3rd party
software to use XRR.
The Technical Specification pages provide
detail on the content of the schema documents including the source and
type of the information for a number of the data fields and how the XML
entities relate to one another.
The Data Transfer pages describe the XRR
message service in terms of the ISAF implementation and the methods
available for interacting with XRR with 3rd party software.
The Software Packages pages provide a
list of 3rd party software implementations which are compatible with
the data transfer procedures implemented on the ISAF servers. Links are
provided where available.
If you would like to nominate a software package for inclusion in our lists please contact the ISAF secretariat on the link above to register your interest and to organise an example implementation for testing against the XRR service.
The File Import page is a manual upload
tool that can be used to test XRR documents for correctness. It also
provides an upload tool for the particular case of a live Event where
an automated tool is unavailable.