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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.

    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 overdue. Email Alec Walliker if you wish to pay by BACS Transfer.

    Saturday 10 October: The first match in the Chiltern Cross Country League is at Keysoe, just north of Bedford. There are races from all ages groups, male and female, from U11 to over 60 - and it's free to MMK members. Last year we finished second overall with an average turnout of 110 athletes per meeting. To do well it is important to get a good start. Please contact team managers Jackson Ryan (all Seniors, Veterans and U20 Men), Richard Pownall (U20 Women plus all U17s and U15s) and Sharon Edghill (U13s and U11s). Please come along - we need your support - it's a great social occasion and a good day out. The timetable is the standard one.

    October 1: Milton Keynes fixtures for the next three weeks.

    October 4: Lara Bromilow, pictured above, runs 81:05 (pb) to finish 21st female in the Cardiff Half Marathon. Picture by Steve Mowll.
    October 3: Greg Rutherford is Guest of Honour (and Athlete of the Year) at the MMK Awards Evening. Pictures by Tom Blackman will be published in a day or two.
    October 3: Liam Smith wins the Self-Transcendance 10k in Battersea Park in 32:34.
    September 27: Wendy Webber and Chris Dunn run the Berlin Marathon.
    September 26: Small turnout at the Biggleswade Open.










    September 23: Four in the top five as Jonathan Peters takes the Bucks 10000m title at Aylesbury. Pictured by Braian Graves are Tom Comerford, Jonathan Peters and Elliot Hind, Johnathan Peters with Graham Jones, Jamie Seddon, and the three medallists Elliot Hind, Jonathan Peters and Tom Comerford
    September 20: Second places for Tom Comerford and Rachel Robinson, with Gary Blaber third and Dan Webber fourth at the Leighton Buzzard 10 mile race.













    September 19/20: MMK are 48th (3rd Mixed Team) in the Round Norfolk Relay. Pictured are Milford Callow handing over to Julie Jones, and Julie handing over to husband Neil.











    September 19/20: Small turnout at the South of England Road Relays. Pictures of the women's team - Lara Bromilow, Nadine Lewycky, Jasmine Finlay and Martinha Ferreira by Brian Graves.
    September 19: Thomas Green throws the Club 25.86m at the Cerebral Palsy National Championships at Nottingham.
    September 19: Jack Kee is first M75 and Bunt Scott sixth M60 at the British Masters Weight Pentathlon in Birmingham.
    September 17: Thomas Green is selected to represent Great Britain in the Club Throw at the IPC World Championships in Doha from 22-31 October.
    September 13: Chris Clarke runs 32.29 for 300m in Rieti, Italy, to go twelfth on the UK all-time rankings.











    September 13: The MMK Veteran Women win, but the Men slip to third after lying second for most of the day, at the Eastern Vets Final at Bedford. The Club also wins the cup for the highest combined score.Pictures by Brian Graves and Roy Campbell.
    September 12: Ursula Ghaleb is 13th F60 to finish in the World Masters Mountain Running Championships in Snowdonia.














    September 12: Tim Harris and Rachel Robinson win again at the Willen Lake 6 on Day 6 to triumph in the 2015 Tour of Milton Keynes. Pictures by Max Kirschner. Pictured above are the MMK prizewinners, Katie Penrose, Lilli Stickley, David Abraham, Mervyn Phillips, Tom Comerford, Kelvin Smith, Peter Tye, Rachel Robinson, Geoff New and Gary Blaber.


































    September 11: Tim Harris and Rachel Robinson win again at the Brickhill Hill Race on Day 5 of the Tour of Milton Keynes. Picture of the MMK Improvers' Group by Max Kirschner. Pictures of the two MMK contenders for the most improved, Peter Tye and Lilli Stickley, by Brian Graves.









    September 10: Tim Harris and Rachel Robinson win again at the Campbell Park 5 on Day 4 of the Tour of Milton Keynes. Pictures of the leading veterans, Linsey Ryall, Gary Blaber, Alan Roberts and Julie Martin by Brian Graves and Max Kirschner.
    September 9: Lara Bromilow finishes 4th in the JP Morgan Challenge Final in San Francisco covering 5.3km in 18:36.
    September 9: More pbs at Watford.
    September 9: Tim Harris and Rachel Robinson run the quickest miles at Stantonbury to dominate the Tour of Milton Keynes on Day 3.


















    September 8: Tim Harris and Rachel Robinson (pictured above) win the Potterspury 5 mile cross country on Day 2 of the Tour of Milton Keynes, to lead the Tour. Pictures by Max Kirschner and Brian Graves.















    September 7: Tim Harris/Tom Comerford and Rachel Robinson win the Tattenhoe Park 11k on Day 1 of the Tour of Milton Keynes. Pictures by Max Kirschner and Brian Graves.
    September 5: Liam Smith wins the BMC 10000m B race in a pb 31:47.74 at Stretford.
    September 4: Bronze for Ebony Carr at the UK Schools' Games in Manchester.
    September 3: Greg Rutherford wins the Long Jump with 8.32m (w+0.9) in the Diamond League Final in Zurich, to take the overall series title with 21 points.
    August 29/30: Bronze for Ebony Carr in the F17 100m as Jamil Hassan (M17 Triple Jump) just misses out on a medal at the England Athletics U17/U15 Championships at Bedford.
    August 29: Rachel Gibbens breaks her own club pole vault record with 4.05m at the London Inter-Club Challenge Meeting at Hendon.
    August 26: More pbs at Watford.
    August 25: Gary Blaber and Sophie Gibbens win the Marshall Milton Keynes Hill Race Championships in Bow Brickhill Woods.














    August 25: Olympic, European and Commonwealth Champion, Greg Rutherford, completes the set, jumping 8.41m (w+0.3) to take the World title in Beijing.
    August 24: Greg Rutherford qualifies for Tuesday's Long Jump Final (starting at 12:25pm) with the second best jump of 8.25m (w+0.3) at the World Championships in Beijing.