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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 on Sundays from 10-11am. Contact Gordon Fallow for further details.
The Tiger Group for 9-11 year olds meets at Stantonbury Athletics Stadium on Wednesday evenings. The sessions are at 6:00pm and 7:00pm. For further information contact Mick Lee.
Press Officer - Brian Graves
Compulsory Registration: The Competition Rule Book requires all competing track & field athletes and cross country runners 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 by the end of March 2017 will not be affiliated. Sunday 17 September: Leadership in Running Fitness Course at Stantonbury Clubhouse. Contact Sharon Edghill if you wish to attend. The club will pay the fees for those who intend to coach at the club.
June 1 - August 3: MK 50 "Through the Decades" Runs with a different Thursday run each fortnight to celebrate 50 years of Milton Keynes. July 17: Milton Keynes fixtures for the next three weeks.
July 16: The MMK Senior Women finish fourth in the Final UK Women's League Meeting at Leigh Sports Village, Manchester. Pictured above, by Brian Graves, are Natalie Nurse, Kayleigh Presswell, Rachel Gibbens, Joey Duck, Emma Beardmore and Laura Zialor.
July 15: The U15 Marshall Milton Keynies finish a magnificent fourth in the Midlands Area Final in Cardiff. F15 Javelin record for Eva Durand. F15 4x300m record for Sara Diaz, Charlotte Underwood, Ella Carey and Imogen King - pictured right.
July 12: Maxwell Brown, Kwame Twumasi-Tawiah, Ebony Carr and Laura Zialor compete in the Welsh International Meeting in Cardiff.
July 12: Big turnout at Watford.
July 11: Greg Rutherford is selected to represent Great Britain at the World Championships in London from 4-13 August.
July 11: Ebony Carr is selected to represent Great Britain in the 4x100m at the European Junior Championships in Grosseto, Italy from 20-23 July.
July 9: John Skelton breaks the Club M65 10km record with 38:55 in the Northbrook 10km race.
July 8: The MMK Senior Team finishes second in a close match in the Sweatshop Southern Athletics League at Battersea Park. With pictures by Brian Graves. Pictured above are Joan Peedah, the women's 4x400m team (Hannah McLaughlin, Corinne Nurse, Montana Edghill and Katie James), Emma Beardmore, Rachel Oderinde, Steve Tuttle, the men's 4x400m team (Filippo Zambon, Gareth Davies, Robert Hickman and Olly Miller), Gareth Davies and Lewis Barnes.
July 7/8: MMK athletes win four medals at the English Schools Championships in Birmingham. Gold for Alfie Yabsley in the Senior Boys Steeplechase, Silver for Ebony Carr in the Senior Girls 100m and Bronzes for Maxwell Brown (Inter Boys 100m) and Jack Meijer (Inter Boys 3000m).
July 6: David Boakye (M17) wins the 100m Final in 11.18(w+1.0) at the Catholic Schools' Games in Lignano Sabbiadoro, Italy.
July 5: The MMK Veteran Women win while the Men are second in the third Eastern Masters Meeting at Stantonbury.Seven club records set, including Diane Baldwin (F60 800m), John Skelton (M65 800m), Paul Canning (M50 200m) and Ursula Ghaleb (F60 1 mile Walk) - pictures by Brian Graves. The others are Jeanette Lawrence (F60 Hammer) and Diane Baldwin (F60 300mH and Long Jump).
July 5: Guiseppe Ciccarello wins the Open University Handicap 5km Race.
July 5: David Boakye (M17) wins his 100m heat in a pb 11.15 at the Catholic Schools' Games in Lignano Sabbiadoro, Italy.
July 5: Lara Bromilow wins the 5.6km JP Morgan Corporate Challenge race in Battersea Park in 20:25.
July 2: Melanie Wright is third in the Women's Running 10km race in Milton Keynes.
July 2: Big turnout for the Milton Keynes Open Meeting (including the Bucks U15/U17 3000m Championships) at Stantonbury. Three Bucks titles for MMK athletes. The pictures above show the medal winners in the Under 15 Girls, Under 15 Boys, Under 17 Men and Under 17 Women.
July 1/2: UK Senior Championships, Birmingham: 100m heat 3 Maxwell Brown (M20) 10.68 (w+0.6); 200m heat 4 Joey Duck (FS) 24.12(w+1.6); Pole Vault 9 Rachel Gibbens (FS) 3.85m; Triple Jump 10 Laura Zialor (F20) 12.06m(w-0.5); Hammer 6 Kayleigh Presswell (FS) 57.78m.
July 1: Ebony Carr runs a personal best 11.70(w+2.4) to win her 100m race at her GB International debut in Mannheim, Germany. She was also on the first leg of the winning GB 4x100m relay team.
July 1: Results of the MK Primary Schools Final.
June 29 - July 8: Sheila Rose completes the 10 marathons in 10 days "Great Barrow Challenge".
June 28: Fast times and pbs at Watford. Jack Meijer breaks the Club M17 1500m Record with 3:59.40.
June 27: Phil Wylie(Cheltenham Harriers) and Hayley Munn (Northampton Road Runners) win the Milton Keynes 10km race. Pictures, by Brian Graves, of Steve Tuttle, Mel Wright, Diane Baldwin and Dave Newens (just ahead of Kelvin Smith).
June 25: Two gold medals (and a Club M65 Record) for John Skelton, and two bronze medals for Bunt Scott at the British Masters Championships at Birmingham.
June 25: The MMK U17/U20 Team finishes third after a close battle with Notts AC in the final YDL match at Wolverhampton to finish third overall in the league and to qualify for the Area Final in Yate on Sunday 23 July. Provisional results.
June 24/25: Midland Schools' Multi-event Championships and Inter-Counties Developmental Walks held at Stantonbury.
June 21: Ebony Carr has been selected to represent Great Britain at the Junior International match in Mannheim, Germany on 1/2 July.
June 21: Fourteen MMK athletes will represent Bucks Schools, plus hammer throwers James Ericsson-Nicholls (Northants) and Paige Barnes (Leicestershire), and sprinter Maxwell Brown (Northants), at the English Schools Championships at Birmingham on 7/8 July.
June 20: Dominic Jones (Rugby & Northampton) and Hayley Munn (Northampton Road Runners) win the Weedon 10km race.
June 18 The MMK U13/U15 Team finishes joint second in a very close final YDL match at Rugby to finish second overall in the league and to qualify for the Area Final in Cardiff on Saturday 15 July.Club 4x100m records for the U15 and U13 Boys.
June 17/18 Silver for Kayleigh Presswell and Bronze for Ebony Carr at the England Athletics U20/U23 Championships at Bedford.
June 17 The MMK Senior Team finishes third in a close Sweatshop Southern Athletics League match at Chelmsford. Rachel Gibbens is the Women of the match with 4.05m in the Pole Vault.
June 17 Four MMK Teams compete in the Greensand Ridge Relay. MMK's Loose Cannons are third in the Mixed Team event. Pictured above by Brian Graves are the MK Originals Team, celebrating its 25th consecutive year in this competition: Jim Miller, Malcolm Kidby, Ursula Ghaleb, Hazel Cockerill, Kevin Church and Geoff New.
June 16 Twelve MMK runners compete in the Marston Forest 5km race. The MMK women win the Team race. June 15: 91 attend the second MK50 run from Wolverton - picture above by Brian Graves.
June 13: Lara Bromilow finishes fifth in the JP Morgan Corporate Challenge Final in Frankfurt with 20:14 for 5.6km.
June 13: Dominic Jones (Rugby & Northampton) and Hayley Munn (Northampton Road Runners) win the Harborough 5.