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Trophies and Awards


Each new Centurion is awarded with their own personal lapel badge engraved with their unique Centurion number.



Trophies awarded by the Committee

Bristol Trophy

The first female Centurion to reach the 100 mile mark in a race of 100 miles or greater distance race (eg 24 hours).
First awarded in 2000







Hammond Trophy
First presented on the 14th August 1948 for the first walker to reach the 100 mile mark in a 100 mile race or greater distance (eg 24 hours).

Over the last decade the criteria for awarding this trophy has changed several times:
2000: changed to the First Male Centurion to reach the 100 Mile mark in a 100 miles or greater distance race.
2005: changed to the First Male Finisher at the 100 Mile mark in a 100 miles or greater distance race.
2006: changed to the First Male – existing Centurion at the 100 Mile mark in a 100 miles or greater distance race.








Hew Neilson Trophy

Presented by the Neilson Family in 1989 in memory of Hew Neilson to be awarded to the first New Centurion in a 100 mile race.










Ko van der Kwaak Cup
British vs Dutch Centurions 100 mile race.  Awarded to the winning team (6 to start, 3 to score) of existing Centurions. Team score on positions.
Presented by the Centurion Vereniging Nederland in 1966.

Eddy McNeir Trophy
Presented in 1982 by Family McNeir in memory of C.375 Eddy McNeir who became a Centurion in 1965 at the age of 65.
This trophy is presented to the first male walker, aged 65 years of age or over on the day of the race  who completes 100 miles within 24 hours.

Bill King Memorial Trophy

Presented in 2005 in memory of Bill King for “The Youngest Finisher to reach 100 mile in a 100 miles or greater distance race”









Chas Shelley memorial Trophy

Presented by the Brotherhood of Centurions in 2005 in memory of Chas Shelley - President R.W.C. Bristol (1977)

The trophy is awarded to the first female walker over 65 year of age on the day of the race who completes 100 miles.                                                                                                             T
The first Centurion to win the Chas Shelley Memorial Trophy is Jill Green C.898 (pictured) at the 2007 race in Battersea Park.





Sunday Dispatch Trophy (no image0

Presented in 1951 by the Sunday Dispatch Newspaper for the winner of a 100 miles or greater distance race.    
In 1958 the criteria for the trophy was changed as a Trophy for the Winning Team.








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