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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.
The Tiger Group for 9-11 year olds meets at Stantonbury Stadium on Wednesday evenings. The sessions are at 5:30pm and 6:30pm. For further information contact Mick Lee.
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Compulsory Registration: The new competition rule book now requires all competing track and field athletes to be affiliated to England Athletics. The club automatically pays the affiliation fee for any active member who has paid his/her membership fees. However, members who have not renewed their membership for 2016 will not be affiliated. Club Treasurer Vacancy: Alec Walliker will be standing down as Club Treasurer at the AGM in November. It would be helpful to have the new treasurer in place before the AGM to allow time for familiarization and for changes to the account signatories to be made beforehand. Anyone interested in this role should contact Alec Walliker or Mick Bromilow. Saturday October 1: MMKAC Awards Evening/Dinner at Harben House, Newport Pagnell, from 7pm to midnight. Tickets at £20 (or £70 for a family of four) are available from the Clubhouse Kitchen.
Thursday September 22: Congratulations to David Millett on his award of the South-East Region Coach of the Year. The award will be made at 7pm on this day, on the steps of the MMK Clubhouse. Be there if you can! David has also been shortlisted for the National Award.
September 17: Milton Keynes fixtures for the next three weeks.
September 22: Congratulations to David Millett on his award of the South-East Region Coach of the Year. The Award was made by Amy Frith. Pictured on the right, with David, centre, are Janina Pownall, Jim Lawrence, Gordon Fallow, Karen Trapnell, Mike Leonard and Amy Frith.
September 21: Diane Baldwin wins the Open University Handicap 10k Race.
September 18: Wendy Webber is first woman home, and MMK win the team race at the Leighton Buzzard 10 - with pictures by Brian Graves.
September 18: Big turnout at the Milton Keynes Open Meeting.
September 17/18: Four Masters titles and Six Club Records at the British Masters Championships in Birmingham.
September 13: MMK's Chris Clarke guides Libby Clegg to the T11 200m Gold Medal with 24.51(w+0.1) at the Paralympic Games in Rio de Janiero.
September 11: The MMK Women win but the Men are seventh in the Eastern Masters League Final at Bedford - Provisional results, with pictures by Brian Graves.
September 10: Greg Rutherford wins the Long Jump with 7.66m (w+0.5) at the Great North City Games in Gateshead.
September 9: MMK's Chris Clarke guides Libby Clegg to a T11 100m World Record 11.91 and a Gold Medal (in 11.96) at the Paralympic Games in Rio de Janiero.
September 7: More pbs at Watford.
September 3: Gold and Silver medal haul at the Eastern Masters Championships at Biggleswade. Pictured above, by Brian Graves, are Ivars Licietis and Emma Beales, Paul Canning, Corinne Nurse and Bunt Scott.
September 3: Wendy Webber is fourth woman home in the Maidenhead Half Marathon.
August 28: John Skelton breaks the Club M65 5000m record with a win in 18:31.13 at the Southern Vets/Vets AC Championships at Kingston.
August 27/28: Club M15 Hammer Record of 51.68m for James Ericsson-Nicholls as he and Maxwell Brown are close to the medals at the England Athletics U17.U15 Championships at Bedford.
August 27: Ursula Ghaleb, Jim Miller and Brian Graves compete in the World Masters Mountain Running Championships in Susa, Italy.
August 27: MMK athletes take part in first-ever competition in Greg Rutherford's Garden. Highlights were shown on Anglia News (ITV). It can be seen here if you missed it
Pictures by Tom Blackman.
August 26: Steven Tuttle and Ella Townsend win the Willen Lake 6 on Day 6 of the Brian Graves Tour of Milton Keynes; Elliot Hind and Ella win the Tour, with Steven and Helena De Villiers, the first MMK runners. Picture of Steven Tuttle, right, by Tom Blackman. August 25: Elliot Hind and Ella Townsend win the Brickhill Woods Hill Race on Day 5 of the Brian Graves Tour of Milton Keynes to consolidate their Tour leads. August 24: More pbs at Watford.
August 24: Elliot Hind and Linsey Ryall win the Campbell Park 5 on Day 4 of the Tour of Milton Keynes. Elliot and Ella Townsend lead the Tour.
August 23: Elliot Hind and Wendy Clark run the quickest miles at Stantonbury on Day 3 of the Tour of Milton Keynes.
August 22: Greg Rutherford is to appear in this year's Strictly Come Dancing on the BBC.
August 22: Steven Tuttle and Helena De Villiers win the Potterspury Cross Country on Day 2 of the Tour of Milton Keynes. Pictures of Steven Tuttle, Elliot Hind, Helena de Villiers and Andrew Wasdell, by Brian Graves.
August 21: The Buckinghamshire Under 15 Team is seventh at the Southern Inter-County U15/U20 Match at Oxford. Laura Zialor is second in the U20 High Jump and Long Jump; Sam Featherstone is second in the M15 High Jump and James Ericsson-Nicholls is second in the M15 Hammer.
August 21: Elliot Hind and Ella Townsend win the Tattenhoe 11k on Day 1 of the Tour of Milton Keynes. Pictures of Ella Townsend, Steven Tuttle and Martinha Royles by Brian Graves
August 20: The MMK Senior Team finishes second in the final Southern Athletics League Meeting at Norwich, to finish 8th overall in the League. Chuko Cribb is the male man of the match - pictured above by Brian Graves.
August 17: Small turnout at Oxford.
August 17: Hazel Cockerill wins the Open University Handicap 5 mile Race.
August 14: Big turnout for the Milton Keynes Open Meeting.
August 14: Quadkids results from the Milton Keynes Open Meeting.
August 14: Bronze for Greg Rutherford with 8.29m (w+0.3) in a dramatic Olympic Long Jump Final in Rio de Janeiro.
August 13/14: Hammer Silver for Jasmine Trapnell in the South of England Championships at Bedford.
August 13: Palpitations all round as Greg Rutherford qualifies for the Long Jump Final with 7.90m (w-0.2) after two big no jumps. The Final is at 12:53am on Sunday 14 August (8:53pm on Saturday in Rio, local time).
August 10: More pbs at Watford.
August 7: Milton Keynes Senior Women finish fourth, but are pipped for promotion in the final UK Women's League Match at Manchester. Pictured above, by Brian Graves, are Team Manager Julia Gibbens, with Corinne Nurse, Katie James, Martinha Royles, Nichola Gobson, Natalie Nurse, Emma Beales, Paige Barnes and Emma Beardmore.