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Milton Keynes Athletic
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 - Ian Russell
Club vests and hoodies, and order forms for Club Jackets can be obtained from Karen Deathe at the Clubhouse Kitchen on Tuesdays.
Membership fees: Email Alec Walliker if you wish to pay by BACS Transfer.
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. Even if you are not running we will need your help to successfully stage this event.
If you have any Marshall Milton Keynes AC athletics, road or cross-country results:
You can email Ian on Ian.Russell@mkac.org.uk.
November 29: The 50th annual Wolverton 5, to be held at Willen Lakeside. This event is free to all fully-paid up MMK members. Every finisher will be given a commemorative mug.
Tuesday 18 November: The Marshall Milton Keynes Annual General Meeting, starting at 8:30pm in the Clubhouse.
November 8: The second Chiltern Cross Country League match is at The College Equestrian Centre, Keysoe, a few miles north of Bedford. The Club lies second overall after the first match with a turnout of 116 members. An even bigger turnout for the second match should see the Club regain that top spot. There are races for all age groups and abilities. It's a great family day out. It's free - you turn up, collect a number and run. The team managers are Sharon Edghill (U11s and U13s), Richard Pownall (U15s, U17s, plus U20 women) and Jackson Ryan (U20 Men, Seniors and Veterans).
November 4: The Club has four London Marathon places, open to those who were fully-paid up members on 1 September, have entered the race and been rejected. Please send your proof of rejection to Martin McPheat before 4 November, if you want to enter the draw.
November 1: Teams have been entered in all age groups for the National Cross Country Relays at Mansfield.
October 18: Milton Keynes fixtures for the next three weeks.
October 22: Richard Anderson wins the Open University 5 mile race.
October 20: Congratulations to Greg Rutherford and his partner, Susie Verrill, on the birth of their first child, a boy, who they've named Milo.
October 18/19: MMK Women out in force at the Hammer Circle Reunion.
October 18: Forty nine primary schools take part in the MK Primary Schools Cross Country Races.
October 18: Club President, Milford Callow will appear in a piece on the Round Norfolk Relay in the Programme "Inside Out East" on BBC1 on Monday evening, starting at 7:30pm.
October 12: Big pb for Maria Calleia as she improves by 23 minutes to 3:36:22 in the Chicago Marathon.
October 11: MMK runners finish second overall in Division 1 at the first Chiltern League Meeting at Watford. Big turnout as 116 runners represent Marshall Milton Keynes. Pictured, leading the charge, are Steve Tuttle, Lara Bromilow and Charlotte Underwood. The results include 99 pictures by Brian Graves.
October 10: Jeremy Vick and Diane Baldwin win the Open University Tour.
October 8: Jeremy Vick and Diane Baldwin consolidate their leads on Day 2 of the Open University Tour.
October 6: Jeremy Vick and Diane Baldwin win the Open University 5 mile race and take the lead in the Open University Tour.
October 3: Chris Clarke is Guest of Honour at the MMK Awards Evening; Athlete of the Year: Greg Rutherford; Sportsperson: Sophie Botham; Club Person: Graham Ghaleb; Coach: Mike Leonard; Official: Carl Baldwin.
Pictures of the Awards Evening by Roy Campbell.
September 28: Daniel Webber knocks 3:30 off his marathon best with 2:37:07 in Berlin.
September 27: Richard Harrison with 9:56:40 is the third veteran home in 10th place in the Wye One Way 50 mile race in Glasbury, Wales.
September 27: Scott Herbert breaks the Club Vets 100m Record with 11.4 (w+0.6) at Biggleswade.
September 24: Scott Herbert improves his Club 400m Vets Record to 51.78 at Watford.
September 24: Jeremy Vick and Linda Lytollis win the Open University 5 mile race.
September 21: Gary Blaber is first vet (pictured, left by Brian Graves) and Wendy Webber is third woman in the Leighton Buzzard 10. With pictures by Brian Graves.
September 21: Mark Palser is second in the Richmond multi-terrain Half Marathon in 78:16.
September 20/21: Scott Bunt finishes second in the British Masters M60 Weight Pentathlon and wins the Discus with 39.68m in Birmingham.
September 20/21: Club finishes 29th (11th Club) in the Round Norfolk Relay. Graham Jones is quickest on Stage 14. Ten of the team are pictured in the top picture, with Team Manager, Alec Walliker, and timekeeper, Nick Folwell.
September 20: Youngsters turn out for the South of England Road Relays. The Under 15 Girls Team is pictured centre, above.
September 20: Lara Bromilow is third woman home, in 17th place, in the Twilight Bay 10k, Wynnum, Queensland in 37:31. Pictured, right, is Lara with husband, Steve, and sister, Tanya.
September 19: Greg Rutherford has been shortlisted for European Male Athlete of the Year. You can vote for him here. Voting closes on 3 October.
September 10: PBs equalled or bettered at Watford.
September 7: Lara Bromilow is first woman home, in ninth place, in the Regent's Park 10k in 37:36.