any underlined word to follow the link:
| Tiger Web - the home of
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
April 12: Big turmout for the Milton Keynes Pentathlon and Open Meeting at Stantonbury.
April 12: Nadine Lewycky is 29th woman home in the Paris Marathon, but just misses 3 hours, recording 3:00:13.
April 12: Depleted team is demoted at the Alpha Trophy Meeting at a windswept Lee Valley.
April 10: Joey Duck opens her season with two fast wins (100m in 11.65 (w0.0) and 200m in 23.59(w+0.9)) at the Meza Classic in Arizona, USA, to go top of the 2015 UK Rankings for both events.
April 8: Pbs galore at the first Watford Open Meeting of the season.
April 3: Pbs galore at the Herts Phoenix Open Meeting at Welwyn Garden City.
March 29: Excellent turnout in very windy conditions as the MMK Men are 18th and the women 26th at the South of England Road Relay Championships at Stantonbury. Pictured above, by Tom Blackman, are Gemma Childs, Steve Tuttle, Ryan Burling, Michal Glowacki, Lara Bromilow and Sam Winters.
March 29: MMK results from Stantonbury - with pictures by Tom Blackman (with Brian Graves).
March 29: Nadine Lewycky is first woman home in the Thorney 10k in 37:26.
March 24-27: John Browne is fourth in the 60m with 8.07 at the European Masters Indoor Championships in Torun, Poland.
March 22: Graham Jones is second in the Leighton Buzzard 10k in 35:25.
March 22: Nadine Lewycky is first woman home in the Banbury 15 in 94:42, as the MMK women finish second in the team event. Pictured, by Barry Cornelius, is Nadine Lewycky, Russell and Neil Jones, Kelvin Smith and Maria Calleia.
March 22: Fast times for Jeremy Vick and Lara Bromilow in the Reading Half Marathon.
March 19: Marshall Milton Keynes AC is to go ahead with a £12,000 project to replace the PA system and purchase new pole-vault covers at Stantonbury Stadium. This work has been supported by funding from MK Community Foundation.
March 18: Jeremy Vick wins the Open University Handicap 10km race.
March 17: Thanks to everyone who helped with the Festival of Running. You can pick up your helpers' T-shirt from the clubhouse, from tonight.
March 15: Jeremy Vick is third in 34:51 and Nadine Lewycky first woman in 37:10 in the Bushy Park Multiterrain 10k race.
March 14: Seventeen MMK members represent their counties at the English Schools' Cross Country Championships at Blackburn. Louis Clarke (Senior Boys) is 56th, Emma Mears (Inter Girls) is 61st and Alfie Yabsley (Inter Boys) is 85th.
March 14: MMK Throwers are out in force at the Throws Trials at Stantonbury.
March 8: 4206 runners finish the 2015 Milton Keynes Festival of Running. Pictures, by Brian Graves, of the winners, Michal Glowacki (20 miles), Ryan Burling (Half Marathon), and third-placed Tom Comerford (10km race).
March 8: Ebony Carr, representing England, finishes 4th in the 60m in 7.81 and runs in the 4x200m at the U20/U18 Indoor International in Cardiff.
March 7: National Vets titles for Bunt Scott (M60 Discus) and Jack Kee (M75 Weight) at the British Masters Indoor Championships at Lee Valley.
March 7: Twenty six MMK members represent Buckinghamshire at the Inter-Counties' Cross Country Championships at Cofton Park, Birmingham. Top 100 places for Robert Hickman (57th M13), Alfie Yabsley (52nd M15), Conrad Webber (91st M17), Emma Mears (40th F15), Lara Bromilow (53rd FS), Elle Roche (77th FS) and Nadine Lewycky (96th FS). Picture of the Bucks Senior Women's Team by Steven Mowll.