100m Fly Trophies

There are four 100m Fly trophies, awarded to the fastest senior and junior (U16) swimmers in the 100m Butterfly at the ASA National Championships.

100m Fly Trophies

Click or tap the name of the trophy below to find out more about each.

John G Hatfield Memorial TrophyJohn G Hatfield Memorial Trophy

The John G Hatfield Memorial Trophy is awarded to the fastest male senior swimmer in the 100m Butterfly at the National Winter Championships (25m).

Until 2015, the John G Hatfield Memorial Trophy was awarded to the fastest male senior swimmer in the 100m Butterfly at the ASA National Championships (50m).

Calum Jarvis
  • Year: 2016
  • Names: Calum Jarvis
  • Team: Bath University
  • Time: 51.34

Past Winners: John G Hatfield Memorial Trophy

YearWinnerClubTime
2015Adam BarrettLoughborough University50.26
2014Antony JamesPlymouth Leander52.28
2013Braxston TimmCity of Sheffield53.16
2012Antony JamesPlymouth Leander52.46
2011Antony JamesPlymouth Leander52.13
2010Antony JamesPlymouth Leander52.66

History of the John G Hatfield Memorial Trophy

The John G Hatfield Memorial Trophy is given in memory of John ‘Jack’ Hatfield (1893-1965), a quadruple Olympian (1912 1920, 1924, 1928) from Middlesbrough who was Britain’s leading swimmer in this period, as well as an international water polo player.

He was selected for the 1912 Olympics where he won silver medals in 400m and 1500m freestyle in addition to 4x200m relay bronze and in his long career won some 40 ASA titles. He also captained the the England team some 18 years later at the first Empire Games.

In his native town of Middlesbrough, where the family had a well-known sporting outfitters, a square is named in his honour.

Hatfield was still playing water polo for his club team aged 47, having led them to the ASA relay title in 1921, and won the Middlesbrough championship from 1905 until 1934.

Dolphex Knitting Mills TrophyDolphex Knitting Mills Trophy

The Dolphex Knitting Mills Trophy is awarded to the fastest female senior swimmer in the 100m Butterfly at the National Winter Championships (25m).

Until 2015, the trophy was awarded to the fastest female senior swimmer in the 100m Fly at the ASA National Championships (50m).

Alys Thomas
  • Year: 2016
  • Names: Alys Thomas
  • Team: Swansea Aquatics
  • Time: 56.81

Past Winners: Dolphex Knitting Mills Trophy

YearWinnersClubTime
2015Jemma LoweBath University57.34
2014Rachel LefleyCity of Manchester Aquatics59.88
2013Rachael KellyLoughborough University58.61
2012Tilly GrayLoughborough University1:00.42
2011Jemma LoweSwansea Performance57.43
2010Jessica DickonsStockton1:00.75
Six Nations TrophySix Nations Trophy

The Six Nations Trophy is awarded to the fastest male junior swimmer in the 100m Butterfly at the National Winter Championships (25m).

The trophy was originally donated by the BBC for a Six Nations Tournament that took place.

Until 2015, the trophy was awarded to the fastest male swimmer in the 100m Fly at the ASA National Youth Championships (50m).

Sam Dailley
  • Year: 2016
  • Names: Sam Dailley
  • Team: Plymouth Leander
  • Time: 54.25

Past Winners: Six Nations Trophy

YearWinnerClubTime
2015Jacob PetersPoole54.97
2014Craig BowmanCarnegie54.19
2013Mark SzaranekCarnegie54.27
2012Sam HorrocksCity of Manchester Aquatics53.97
2011Sam HorrocksCity of Manchester Aquatics55.04
2010Braxston TimmCity of Sheffield54.39
Kingston Ladies TrophyKingston Ladies Trophy

The Kingston Ladies Trophy is awarded to the fastest female junior swimmer in the 100m Butterfly at the National Winter Championships (25m).

Until 2015, the trophy was awarded to the fastest female swimmer in the 100m Fly at the ASA National Youth Championships (50m).

Katelyn Bergin
  • Year: 2016
  • Names: Katelyn Bergin
  • Team: Stockport Metro
  • Time: 1:00.47

Past Winners: Kingston Ladies Trophy

YearWinnerClubTime
2015Tazmin PughEllesmere College Titans58.99
2014Noemie ThomasUBC Dolphins58.25
2013Georgia BartonCity of Manchester59.97
2012Rachael KellyRoyal Wolverhampton School1:00.46
2011Elena SheridanRomford Town1:01.01
2010Rachael KellyRoyal Wolverhampton School1:00.71

History of the Kingston Ladies Trophy

Kingston Ladies Swimming Club is one of the oldest English clubs in existence, having been established in 1898 as a competitive speed swimming club in South West London.

Kingston Ladies have enjoyed county, district, national and international success over the past 100 years while they now exist as Surrey’s only synchronised swimming club.

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