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  •  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
    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 due. There are discounts for those who renew before the end of February. Email Alec Walliker if you wish to pay by BACS Transfer.

    Sunday 5 July: Milton Keynes Open Meeting at Stantonbury Athletics Stadium.
    Tuesday 30 June at 7:45pm: Milton Keynes 10k is free to all fully-paid-up MMK members. Email Mick Bromilow if you want to enter. We are looking for help to marshal this event. If you can spare a couple of hours to help, please contact Dennis Edghill and let him know.

    June 30: Milton Keynes fixtures for the next three weeks.

    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 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.








    June 20: Marshall Milton Keynes Senior Team wins a closely contested Sweatshop Southern Athletics League match at Stantonbury. Pictured, by Brian Graves, are Elle Roche, Ryan Walker and Antoine Montcomble.
















    June 20: The Marshall Milton Keynes Tigers Mixed team is second fastest overall and first mixed team in the Greensand Ridge Relay. Pictured by Brian Graves, are the glory leg runners Milford Callow (MMK 70s), Geoff New (MMK Originals) and Tom Comerford (MMK Tigers Mixed).
    June 19: Eighteen Marshall Milton Keynes runners complete the Marston 5k race.
    June 17: 800m runners turn out at Watford.
    June 16: Ash Chambers (Liverpool Harriers) and Rachel Cave (Higham Harriers) win the Harborough 5 mile race.
    June 14: Michal Glowacki is third man and Nadine Lewycky, second woman, in the St Albans Half Marathon.
    June 13/14: Gold in the Pole Vault for Rachel Gibbens, Silver for Naomi Greener and bronze for Laeken Impey at the South of England Senior/U20 Championships at Lee Valley.
    June 13: Bucks Schools Championships held in very wet conditions at Stantonbury.
    June 11: Greg Rutherford wins again with 8.25m (w+0.0) at the Diamond League Meeting in Oslo.
    June 9: Chris McCarthy (McCarkiss Elite Project) and Imogen Norton (Wootton RR) win the Banbury 5 mile race.
    June 7: Thomas Green is second in the Club Throw with 25.12m at the CP Grand Prix at Doncaster.
    June 7: Joey Duck runs a pb of 11.60(w-0.5) for 100m at an International Meeting in Geneva.
    June 7: Greg Rutherford wins the Long Jump with 8.35m (w+1.7) at the UK Athletics Grand Prix Meeting in Birmingham. In the Club relays the U13 Boys finish second in 54.45, the U13 Girls are third in 57.25, The U15 Boys are fourth in 48.75 and the U15 Girls are 6th in 53.73. The highly-fancied U17 squads fail to get the baton round safely. The U17 Women won their race in a club record (and UK-leading) 48.20 only to discover, many hours later, that they had been disqualified.
    June 7: Freddie Curtis improves his Javelin pb to 72.73m in Raasepri, Finland.
    June 7: Jonathan Pownall (M20) throws the Javelin 53.98m at the Medway & Maidstone Open Meeting.
    June 7: Forty youngsters take part in the Quadkids event at Stantonbury.
    June 6: Gary Blaber (2nd M40) is fourth finisher in the Dartmoor Discovery 32-mile ultra marathon in 4:00:10.
    June 6: There are 384 finishers with 184 pbs at the British Milers' Club meeting at Milton Keynes. Pictures of Emma Mears and Alfie Yabsley by Brian Graves.
    More pictures by Brian Graves.





























    June 6: MMK Senior women finish a fourth in a close second UK Women's League Meeting at Bedford. Pictures of Emma Beales, Rachel Gibbens, Emma Beardmore, Anita Dzre, Lara Bromilow, Nadine Lewycky, Nichola Gibson and Devon Byrne, by Brian Graves.
    June 3: The MMK Veteran Women win and the Men are second at the second Eastern Vets League Meeting at Bedford.
    June 3: Chris McCarthy (McCarkiss Elite Project) and Rachel Cave (Higham) win the Corby 5 mile race.
    May 31: Martin Erasmus (M50), pictured left by Tom Blackman, completes the 87.7km Comrades Marathon in South Africa in 9:28:07.
    May 31: Ebony Carr (F17) scorches to a 100m win in a pb 11.81 (w+1.0) at the Bedford International Games and go top of the UK F17 Rankings.
    May 31: MMK Senior Team finishes a close fourth in the second Southern Athletics League fixture at Crawley.
    May 30: pb for Elle Roche with 4:36.34 for 1500m at the BMC Meeting in Manchester.
    May 30: MMK U15/U13 Team finishes a fine fourth in the second YDL fixture at Birmingham. The M15 Boys 4x100m Team of Hugo Wallace, David Boakye, Chris Arnull and Ethan Wiltshire win in 48.3 to break the club record set by Craig Pickering, Pepe Nanci, Greg Rutherford and Jason Benjafield in 2001.
    May 25: Gary Blaber (M40) and Lara Bromilow (FS) set pbs at the UK 10k Championships/London 10k.
    May 23/24: Full results from both days of the Bucks & Oxon Track and Field Championships now available.
    May 22: Toby Spencer (Coventry Godiva) and Rachel Cave (Higham) win the Wootton Friday 5 mile race.
    May 20: Derek Jones wins the Open University Handicap 5km race.