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Milton Keynes Athletic Club
UK Athletics' Track & Field Club of 2005 and 2006 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
March 8, 2015: Milton Keynes Festival of Running. This is the Club's big fund-raiser of the year. Please put the date in your diary. We currently need an extra 20 volunteers to help marshal the course. If you can help on the day, please email Dennis Edghill. February 25: Milton Keynes fixtures for the next three weeks. March 1: MMK Team posts a big score in the Chris Preston Winter Light Hammer Competition.
March 1: Mark Ryall is third man and Nadine Lewycky first woman in the Berkhamsted Half Marathon.
February 28/March 1: Ebony Carr make the F17 60m Final and sets a pb of 24.95 in the 200m at the England Athletics U20/U17/U15 Championships in Sheffield.
February 28: Greg Rutherford pul;ls out of the GB Team to focus on the World Championships in Beijing.
February 24: Greg Rutherford is selected to represent Great Britain at the European Indoor Championships in Prague on 6-8 March.
February 22: Twenty seven MMK athletes represent Bucks at the South-east Regional U15/U13 Sportshall Final at Burgess Hill; James Palmer wins the Shot.
February 22: Pbs galore, as Joey Duck runs 400m in 54.68, at the Birmingham Indoor Open Meeting.
February 22: Tom Comerford finishes 22nd in the Brighton Half Marathon in 75:01 (pb).
February 21/22: Chuko Cribb takes 4th place in the Triple Jump with 14.80m at the British Universities' Indoor Championships in Sheffield.
February 21: Greg Rutherford improves his indoor Long Jump pb by 17cms to win at the Birmingham Indoor Grand Prix, with 8.17m, 1cm short of the British Record.
February 21: The MMK women, with 3 in the first 90, finish 18th at the National Cross Country Championships at Parliament Hill Fields; the men's team finish 38th. Pictured by Brian Graves are Lara Bromilow (49th), Elle Roche (70th) and Nadine Lewycky (89th).
February 18: Greg Roach wins the Open University Handicap 5 mile race.
February 16: Eleven MMK members plus three reserves are selected to represent Buckinghamshire Schools at the English Schools' Cross Country Championships at Blackburn on 14 March.
February 16: Twenty six MMK members plus nine reserves are selected to represent Buckinghamshire at the Inter-Counties' Cross Country Championships at Cofton Park, Birmingham on 7 March.
February 15: Midlands Indoor title for Chuko Cribb, with his first 15m Triple Jump.
February 15: Gold for John Browne and John Skelton at the Eastern Vets Indoor Championships.
February 15: Nadine Lewycky is second woman home in the Bramley 20 mile road race, with 2:08:23.
February 15: Joey Duck wins bronze in the 200m with 23.96 at the UK Indoor Championships in Sheffield.
February 13: Final 2014 MMK Road Race Rankings produced by Brian Graves.
February 7/8: Lots of pbs at the Birmingham Indoor Games. Joey Duck and Ebony Carr run superfast times.
February 7: Video highlights of the Britiah Athletics Cross Challenge event in Milton Keynes.
February 7: Another big turnout for the final Chiltern League match at the Teardrop Lakes. There are wins for Alfie Yabsley (U15 Boys) and Charlotte Underwood (U11 Girls), a second place for Lara Bromilow (Senior Women), and a third place for Robert Hickman (U13 Boys). Pictures of Alfie Yabsley, Lara Bromilow and Charlotte Underwood by Brian Graves and Martin Duff.
Pictures from the Teardrop Lakes by Brian Graves.
February 4: Medals for Jessica Nuttall (1st JG), Archie Rippin (2nd SB), Emma Mears (2nd IG) and Alfie Yabsley (3rd IB) at the Bucks Schools' Cross Country Championships, at Hughenden Park, High Wycombe
February 1: Mark Ryall is 9th in the Portofino International Half Marathon, Italy, in 74:01.
February 1: MMK runners close to the front in the Watford Half Marathon.
January 31/February 1: Some pbs at the London Indoor Games.
January 31: Joey Duck opens her indoor season with 24.28 for 200m to win in Vienna.
January 25: Tom Comerford make his comeback with a win at the Gayton 5k in 16:55.
January 24: Big turnout for the Bucks U15/U13 Sportshall Championships at Aylesbury.
January 24: Senior Men and Women excel at the South of England Cross Country Championships. The Senior Men finish 20th led by Steve Tuttle in 22nd place, while Lara Bromilow (20th) and Nadine Lewycky (36th) are outstanding for the women. Pictured are Lara Bromilow and Nadine Lewycky for the women, and Carl Reynolds, Jack Comerford, Josh Lyman, Ryan Burling, Jeremy Vick, Mark Palser, Steve Tuttle and Graham Jones for the men.