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    Milton Keynes Athletic Club

    Marshall Milton Keynes Athletic Club is affiliated to UK Athletics, England Athletics and Buckinghamshire Athletic Association . The Club competes in the South of England and is located in the South East Region The Club exists to provide members with Track and Field, Road, X-Country and Fell-race competition, recreation, advice and assistance by qualified coaches, league competition for all age groups, (Men and women from age 9 upwards) and, most important of all, good fun. Why not join our club - Look for a contact name and get in touch. We meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Stantonbury Stadium, Milton Keynes. from 6pm. There are weekly sessions for 5-8 year-olds at Stantonbury Athletics Stadium, from 9-10.00am. Contact Gordon Fallow for further details.

    Press Officer - Brian Graves
    If you have any Marshall Milton Keynes AC athletics, road or cross-country results:
    You can email Brian on

    Club vests and hoodies, and order forms for Club Jackets can be obtained from Karen Deathe at the Clubhouse Kitchen on Tuesdays.

    Membership fees: The 2015 fees are now overdue. Email Alec Walliker if you wish to pay by BACS Transfer.

    Sunday 9 August: Milton Keynes Open Meeting at Stantonbury Athletics Stadium, Milton Keynes.
    Monday 27 July - Friday 31 July: Startrack Holiday Run, Jump & Throw at Stantonbury Athletics Stadium, for 5-8 year-olds from 9 - 10.15 each day, and for 9-16 year-olds from 10.30 - 12 noon. Fill in the Application Form and send it to Gordon Fallow.

    July 15: Milton Keynes fixtures for the next three weeks.

    July 26: Marshall Milton Keynes U20/U17 Team finishes third in the fourth YDL UAG Midlands Premier Division Match at a woefully wet Wolverhampton. Congratulations and thanks to everyone who turned out to support the club in very trying conditions.
    July 26: Four MMK U13 athletes represent Buckinghamshire at the Southern Inter-County Match at Kingston.
    July 25/26: Hammer Bronze for Bunt Scott at the British Masters Championships at Birmingham.
    July 25: Greg Rutherford finishes third in the Long Jump with 8.18m (w+0.0) at the Anniversary Games in the Olympic Stadium.
    July 19: The MMK Vets shine at the Vets Inter-Area match at Solihull.
    July 19: The MMK Team (Rachel Robinson, Tom Hayman, Nadine Lewycky and Tom Comerford) finish eighth (first mixed team) in the Marathon Relay at the Olympic Park.
    July 19: The Bucks U17 Women are 5th and the Men 7th at the Southern Inter-County Match at Little Marlow.
    July 18: Chris Clarke records 200m/400m wins in 20.75(w+1.1)/47.37 at the Loughborough international meeting.
    July 18: U15/U13 Team improve to third in the final YDL Midland Premier NE Division match at Stoke.
    July 15: pbs galore at sunny Watford.
    July 15: Alan Humphries wins the Open University Handicap 10km race.
    July 12: Eight MMK athletes complete the NSPCC Milton Keynes Half Marathon, with Gary Blaber taking the third M40 prize in 11th place.
    July 11: Thomas Green improves is Club personal best to 29.58m at the CP Grand Prix at Stoke Mandeville.
    July 11: Bronze medal for Ebony Carr (Inter Girls 100m) and Redford Curtis (Senior Boys Javelin) on Day 2 of the English Schools Track & Field Championships in Gateshead.Pictured, right, is Laura Zialor, courtesy of Gary Mitchell.
    July 10: A club record of 12.23(w+2.5) and a silver medal for Laura Zialor in the Senior Girls Triple Jump on Day 1 of the English Schools Track & Field Championships in Gateshead. The Inter Girls 4x100m (Rachel Oderinde, Casey Hodges, Jordan Heron and Ebony Carr) qualify second fastest for the final in a Club Record 47.51; Joe Phillips breaks the Club M15 80m Hurdles record with 11.35(w+3.8) and Paige Barnes breaks the F17 Hammer record with 50.19m.
    July 9: Club M55 800m record for Dennis Edghill at the Biggleswade Open Meeting.











    July 9: Lara Bromilow wins the Standard Chartered Great City 5km race in London, with a time of 17:38. Lara is pictured, right, with Jonathan Edwards.
    July 8: Lara Bromilow wins the JP Morgan Challenge 5.6km race in Battersea Park, with a time of 20:29. Lara is pictured left with Rugby's Matt Dawson at the prizegiving.
    Several pbs at Oxford.
    July 5: Nadine Lewycky is first woman home in the Newmarket 10k in 41:29.
    July 5: Milton Keynes Open Meeting results now available.






















    July 4: The MMK Senior Team finishes third in the Southern Athletics League Division 1 match at West London Stadium. Picured by Brian Graves, is Annie Jankowiak, Joan Peedah, Graham Jones, Aaron Adom and Corinne Nurse.










    July 3-5: Greg Rutherford wins the Long Jump at the British Senior Championships at Birmingham; Chris Clarke and Joey Duck just miss out on the medals. Pictured, by Tom Blackman, are Greg Rutherford, Joey Duck and Chris Clarke.






















    July 1: The MMK Veteran Men win and the Women are second in the third EVAC match at Biggleswade. Scott Herbert breaks the Club Vets Long Jump record with 5.93m.
    June 30: Michael Aldridge (Wootton Road Runners) and Gill Fullen (Bedford Harriers) win the Milton Keynes 10km race. Rachel Cave (Higham Harriers) and Richard Simkiss (McCarkiss Elite Project) win the overall series prizes. Pictured, by Brian Graves, are Richard Ashton, just behind Steve Tuttle, Rachel Robinson, Tanya Taylor, Brian Daniells, John Skelton, Di Farmer, Keith Cook and Kelvin Smith.
    June 28: Ten Gold, ten Silver and three Bronze medals at the Eastern Vets Track and Field Championships at Luton. Championship Bests for John Browne (M60 100m) and Emma Beales (F40 Discus).
    June 28: Marshall Milton Keynes U20/U17 Team finishes a fine second, beating Birchfield, in the third YDL UAG Midlands Premier Division Match at Rugby.F17 4x100m Relay Teams smashes the club Record with 47.9.
    June 27: Chris Clarke wins the 200m in 20.71 (w-0.7) at an International Meeting in Switzerland.
    June 27: Ursula Ghaleb (F60 - pictured, left, by Brian Graves) is the first F55 in the Mont Blanc Chamonix 10k.
    June 24: Linda Robson wins the Open University Handicap 5 mile race.
    June 23: Seventeen Marshall Milton Keynes selected to represent their county at the English Schools Track & Field Championships at Gateshead on 10/11 July.
    June 23: Matt Adcock (McCarkiss Elite Project) and Rachel Cave (Higham Harriers) win the Weedon 10km race.
    June 21: Marshall Milton Keynes Youngsters close up on the leaders (and almost pip Birchfield) in the third YDL LAG Midlands Premier Division Match at Loughborough. Club records for Harrison Reed (M13 200m in 25.66(w+4.8)) and the U15 Boys 4x100m relay team (Joe Phillips, Chris Arnull, David Boakye, Ethan Wiltshire in 48.21).
    June 21: Silver for Freddie Curtis and Bronze for Jackson Curtis (M23 Javelin) on Day 2 of the England Athletics U23/U20 Championships at Bedford.
    June 20: Silver for Redford Curtis (M20 Javelin), Bronze for Laeken Impey (F20 Hammer) and a Club Triple Jump Record of 11.90m for Laura Zialor on Day 1 of the England Athletics U23/U20 Championships at Bedford.