200m Fly Trophies

There are four 200m Fly trophies, awarded to the fastest senior and junior (U16) swimmers in the 200m Butterfly at the ASA National Championships.

200m Fly Trophies

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

Otter SC Centenary TrophyOtter SC Centenary Trophy

The Otter SC Centenary Trophy is awarded to the fastest male senior swimmer in the 200m Butterfly at the National Winter Championships (25m).

While the Winter Championships are traditionally a short course event, they were held in the long course 50m pool in 2017.

Until 2015, the Otter SC Centenary Trophy was awarded to the fastest male senior swimmer in the 200m Butterfly at the ASA National Championships (50m).

James Guy
  • Year: 2017
  • Names: James Guy
  • Team: Bath NC
  • Time: 1:56.66

Past Winners: Otter SC Centenary Trophy

YearWinnerClubTime
2016Jay LelliottBath University1:54.92
2015Sam HorrocksCity of Manchester Aquatics1:55.86
2014Velimir StjepanovicHamilton UAE1:57.18
2013Lewis SmithStirling University1:59.54
2012Matthew JohnsonCity of Sheffield1:59.71
2011Michael RockStockport Metro1:57.35
2010Michael RockStockport Metro1:59.97
S R Drinkwater TrophyS R Drinkwater Trophy

The S R Drinkwater Trophy is awarded to the fastest female senior swimmer in the 200m Butterfly at the National Winter Championships (25m).

While the Winter Championships are traditionally a short course event, they were held in the long course 50m pool in 2017.

Until 2015, the trophy was awarded to the fastest female senior swimmer in the 200m Fly at the ASA National Championships (50m).

Laura Stephens
  • Year: 2017
  • Names: Laura Stephens
  • Team: Plymouth Leander
  • Time: 2:09.32

Past Winners: S R Drinkwater Trophy

YearWinnersClubTime
2016Alys ThomasSwansea Aquatics2:06.90
2015Jemma LoweBath University2:04.40
2014Tilly GrayBath University2:12.55
2013Libby MitchellTaunton Deane2:14.18
2012Jemma LoweSwansea Performance2:08.59
2011Jemma LoweSwansea Performance2:05.36
2010Jessica DickonsStockton2:10.59
Edwards Family TrophyEdwards Family Trophy

The Edwards Family Trophy is awarded to the fastest male junior swimmer in the 200m Butterfly at the National Winter Championships (25m).

While the Winter Championships are traditionally a short course event, they were held in the long course 50m pool in 2017.

The trophy was donated to the ASA by the parents of a young butterfly swimmer from the Eastern Region who went into the forces.

Until 2015, the trophy was awarded to the fastest male swimmer in the 200m Fly at the ASA National Youth Championships (50m).

Ed Mildred
  • Year: 2017
  • Names: Edward Mildred
  • Team: Northampton
  • Time: 2:06.60

Past Winners: Edwards Family Trophy

YearWinnerClubTime
2016Sam DailleyPlymouth Leander2:00.17
2015Jacob PetersPoole2:02.75
2014Benjamin KerryCity of Salford2:01.97
2013Luke HowdleNova Centurion1:59.87
2012James GuyMillfield2:00.13
2011Cameron BrodieKelly College2:00.92
2010Cameron BrodieKelly College2:00.54
Pedder TrophyPedder Trophy

The Pedder Trophy is awarded to the fastest female junior swimmer in the 200m Butterfly at the National Winter Championships (25m).

While the Winter Championships are traditionally a short course event, they were held in the long course 50m pool in 2017.

Until 2015, the trophy was awarded to the fastest female swimmer in the 200m Fly at the ASA National Youth Championships (50m).

Fleur Lewis
  • Year: 2017
  • Names: Fleur Lewis
  • Team: Barnet Copthall
  • Time: 2:16.51

Past Winners: Pedder Trophy

YearWinnerClubTime
2016Caitlin HubbardCity of Birmingham2:11.82
2015Emily LargeNewcastle Swim Team2:10.54
2014Noemie ThomasUBC Dolphins2:11.05
2013Elena SheridanRomford Town2:10.83
2012Elena SheridanRomford Town2:11.55
2011Elena SheridanRomford Town2:10.44
2010Anne BochmannCity of Leeds2:13.23

History of the Pedder Trophy

The Pedder Trophy was donated to the ASA by the Pedder family to celebrate their daughter Margie’s career as a successful butterfly swimmer.

Margie Pedder competed at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games and won 200m Butterfly bronze for England at the 2002 Commonwealth Games in Manchester.

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