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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
February 13: The final round of the Chiltern Cross Country League will be held at Campbell Park, Milton Keynes. We are currently the overall leaders in Division 1, but we do need another massive turnout to guarantee success. Anyone can run and it's free to MMK members. Just bring your number from one of the previous rounds or collect one from the team managers Sharon Edghill (Under 11s and Under 13s); Richard Pownall (Under 15s, Under 17s and Under 20 Women) and Jackson Ryan (Under 20 Men, Seniors and Veterans). Please try to be there. It's a great social occasion as well as a great competition. Note that the men's race starts at 1:30pm in the modified timetable for this final fixture. If you are not running, we do need lots of help to put this event on. If you can help with setting out the course, or with marshalling, please contact Dennis Edghill or Jackson Ryan. Note that any athlete who has taken part in at least three of the chiltern League matches will receive a medal if medals are won by their team. February 7: Milton Keynes fixtures for the next three weeks. February 7: Another Club Indoor Record for Rachel Gibbens as she wins the Vault Britain title with a win at Carshalton in 4.13m.
February 7: Laura Zialor wins the F20 Triple Jump in a Club Record 12.31m at the Indoor International Meeting in Cardiff.
February 7: Strong MMK trio in the Watford Half Marathon.
February 5: Greg Rutherford breaks the British Indoor Long Jump record with 8.26m in New Mexico.
February 3: Big turnout for the Bucks Schools Cross Country Championships at Hughenden Park, High Wycombe. Bucks Schools titles for Emma Mears and Alfie Yabsley
January 31: Chris Clarke runs 48.29 for 400m at an indoor meeting in Sheffield.
January 30: Good performances at the Senior/U20 London Indoor Games.
January 30: Small turnout for the South of England Cross Country Championships at Parliament Hill Fields; Barbara de Koning (F13), Jack Sharp (M13) and Lara Bromilow (FS) all finish 36th. Steve Tuttle is 48th in the Senior Men's race.
January 30: Rachel Gibbens finishes second equal in the pole vault with 4.01m in an Indoor International Meeting in Vienna.
January 27: Ebony Carr, Freddie Curtis and Laura Zialor are awarded grants by the Ron Pickering Foundation.
January 26: Rachel Gibbens has been selected to represent England in the pole vault at an Indoor International in Vienna on 30 January.
January 25: Laura Zialor is selected to represent England in the triple jump at the Indoor International in Cardiff on 7 February.
January 24: Rachel Gibbens jumps 4.06m at an indoor pole vault meeting in Cardiff.
January 24: 62 youngsters contest the Buckinghamshire Under 13/Under 15 Sportshall Championships at Stantonbury.
January 24: Nadine Lewycky is second woman home in the St Albans 10 mile race in 62:58.
January 23: Jack Kee and Emma Beardmore in action at Swindon.
January 23: Maxwell Brown (M17) ducks under 7 seconds for 60m for the first time at the London Indoor Games.
January 20: Richard Adams wins the Open University Handicap 5km race.
January 17: 77 youngsters contest the Buckinghamshire Under 11 Sportshall Trials at Bletchley Leisure Centre.
January 16/17: Gold and a Club Record 4.10m in the Pole Vault; Gold (F20 Triple Jump in 12.12m), Silver (F20 High Jump in 1.75m) and two Club Indoor Records for Laura Zialor; Bronze for Aaron Adam in the 200m with 22.57, at the South of England Indoor Championships at Lee Valley.
January 16: MMK increases its lead in the Chiltern League after Round 4 at Luton, and looks to be heading for a medal bonanza. Jack Meijer wins the Under 15 Boys Race; Alfie Yabsley (M17) and Barbara de Koning (F13) are second, while Steve Tuttle (MS) finishes a fine third. Pictured above are, top row, Steve Tuttle, Jack Meijer and Lara Bromilow; middle row, GeorgeWheeler, Barbara de Koning and Alfie Yabsley; bottom row, Charles Wheeler, Enya Deysel and Conrad Webber.
January 13: Greg Rutherford is honoured by Milton Keynes Council for his achievements. The pictures by Tom Blackman, show Greg being presented with a miniature copy of the "Leaping Man" sculpture by mayor, Keith McLean, and Chief Executive, Carol Mills, and with some MMK supporters.
January 9/10: Gold for Maxwell Brown in the 60m in 7.04 as Molly Adams just misses out on a Long Jump medal at the South of England U17 Indoor Championships at Lee Valley.
January 9: Five Team titles and three individual titles for MMK at the Buckinghamshire Cross Country Championships at Biggleswade. Pictured above are the winning women's and men's teams, and individual winners Steve Tuttle and Emma Mears.