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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 Campus on Wednesday evenings from 6-7pm and from 7-8pm. For further information contact Mick Lee.
Press Officer - Brian Graves
November 8: MMKAC will shortly have a new website and a new host (but the same URL: http://www.mkac.org.uk). Mick Bromilow, who has maintained this website for the last 22 years, will step down as webmaster at the end of 2017. The new site will be looked after by a group of contributors, but we will need someone to update the results section of the new website, using Wordpress. If you can help, please contact Mick Bromilow.
May 2: AthleticsMK, the Club Newsletter, is now available online. Club vests and hoodies, and order forms for Club Jackets can be obtained from Wendy Durand at the Clubhouse Kitchen on Tuesdays. Membership fees: You can pay your fees by BACS transfer. Any queries relating to membership, please contact the Membership Secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 2018 will not be affiliated.
Tuesday 29 May - Friday 1 June: Startrack at 9-10am for 5-8 year-olds and 10.15am -12 noon for 9-14 year-olds. Contact Mick Lee for more details.
May 2: Milton Keynes fixtures for the next three weeks.
May 20: MMK Senior Team finishes third after a close battle with Nene Valley in the Southern Athletics League at Reading. Chuko Cribb and Kayleigh Presswell are the athletes of the match.
May 19: MMK youngsters win again in another close YDL LAG match at Coventry.
May 18: Beyene Abedom and Rachel Doherty(Higham Harriers) win the Blisworth 5. MMK's Jonathan Peters is fourth with Steve Tuttle sixth and Melanie Wood second woman home. The MMK men and women both finish second in the team race.
May 16: Paul Toombs wins the Open University Handicap 5 mile Race.
May 12/13: Full results of the Bucks and Oxon Championships at Oxford. Six Championship bests were set by MMK athletes: Pictured by Brian Graves are Jasmine Trapnell (F17 Hammer), Eva Durand (F15 Javelin), Kayleigh Presswell (FS Hammer), Kobe Sinclair-Linton (M13 75m Hurdles) and Lara Moffat (F15 Hammer). Missing is Ebony Carr (F20 100m).
99 pictures taken by Brian Graves.
May 9: Steve Tuttle (MMK) and Hayley Munn (Northampton RR) win the Silverstone 10k after a record turnout. Paul Mizon (MMK) is third. MMK wins the Team prize with 4 in 13. Pictured above, by Brian Graves, are Steve Tuttle (1st), Paul Mizon (3rd) and James Tuttle (5th). Wendy Webber is the sixth woman to finish as the MMK senior women finish second.
May 7: A small turnout in the Milton Keynes Marathon/Half Marathon. Dan Webber is 8th in the Half Marathon on a scorchingly hot day.
May 6: Rachel Robinson is first woman home in the North Lincolnshire Half Marathon in 80:29.
May 6: Elliot Hind is second and Wendy Webber first woman in the Rocket 5km race. There are age-category wins for Robert Hickman (M20), Montana Edghill (F20) and Paul Toombs (M70). Elliot, Wendy, Robert and Montana are pictured above by Brian Graves.
May 5-6: Sheila Rose completes the Thames Path 100 in 26:54:39.
May 5: Lara Moffat breaks her own Club F15 Hammer Record with 48.15m at Bury St Edmunds.
May 2: The MMK Veteran Men win and the Women are second in the first Eastern Masters League meeting at Stevenage.
May 2: More pbs at Watford.
April 29: MMK U20/U17 Team struggles on a cold day in Birmingham. The M20 4x100m squad records 43.33 to break the Club M20 Record.
Pictures by Brian Graves.
April 25: MMK Team wins Open University Relay - provisional results.
April 22: Wins for Mark Palser and Amber Salkeld in the "Run the Claydons" races.
April 22: Kayleigh Presswell (FS) throws 59.34m in a hammer competition at Loughborough.
April 22: Jack Meijer (M17) leads home the winning South-East Team with sixth place in 14:42 in the London Minimarathon.
April 22: Thomas Cuthbertson and Lara Bromilow are first home for Marshall Milton Keynes in the hottest-ever London Marathon.
April 21: MMK youngsters start with a win in a close YDL LAG match at Stantonbury. The F13 4x100m squad breaks the Club F13 Record with 54.36.
Pictures from Stantonbury by Brian Graves.
April 18: Huge PBs on a balmy evening at Watford.
April 16: Mark Ryall (2:43:20), Tom Hayman (2:59:48), Wendy Webber (3:02:57), Linsey Ryall (3:19:08) and Paul Sutherland (3:32:28) run the rain-soaked Boston Marathon.
April 15: Tom Comerford runs 34:20 and Rachel Robinson runs 36:02 for 10km at Brighton.
April 15: Huge Turnout for the MMK Open Meeting at Stantonbury. Ayesha Jones breaks the club F13 Javelin with 23.06m.
April 15: MMK athletes shine at Quadkids events at Stantonbury and High Wycombe.
April 15: MMK athletes win four medals at the Bucks U17/U15 3000m Championships at Little Marlow. Pictured above are 3000m medallists Imogen King, Aidan Murphy and Finlay Gibbs, and the Quadkids winners at Little Marlow.
April 14: Marshall Milton Keynes are second to City of Norwich in the opening round of the Southern Athletics League at Stantonbury. Laura Zialor is the female athlete of the match, with Emma Beardmore second. Pictured above, by Brian Graves, are the A String winners: Kwame Twumasi-Tawiah (200m), Gareth Davies (400m), Liam Smith (1500m), Steve Tuttle (2000mSc), Emma Beardmore (Hammer), the mens 4x400m relay squad, Elle Roche (1500m), Laura Zialor (Long Jump), Katie James (400m) and Emma Beales (Discus).
April 8: Good performances in the rain at the Milton Keynes Open Meeting.
April 5: PBs hard to come by at a cool and rainy Watford Open Meeting.
April 5: Merv Phillips wins the Open University Handicap 10km Race.
March 30: PBs galore at Welwyn for the Herts Phoenix Open Meeting
March 25: Elliot Hind (2:00:34) is second and Jamie Seddon (2:01:24) is third in the Bedford 20 mile race.
March 24: Sonja de Koning is 17th in the year 7 Girls Race and Sam Oldroyd is 39th in the Year 6 Boys Race as 17 MMK runners compete at the Primary Schools National Cross Country Finals at Prestwold Hall.
March 19: John Skelton wins the European Masters M65 Indoor 3000m title in Madrid with 10:41.76.
March 17: Jack Meijer (SB) is 10th, Finlay Gibbs (IB) 25th and James Minter (SB) 35th at the English Schools Cross Country Championships in Leeds.
March 11: Record turnout of 4226 finishers for the Milton Keynes Festival of Running. Lara Bromilow wins the 20 mile race with Wendy Webber third. Jeremy Vick is third in the 5km Fun Run. Pictures by Brian Graves.
March 10/11: National titles for John Skelton and Bunt Scott and four Club Indoor Records at the BMAF Indoor Championships at Lee Valley.
March 10: Three MMK hammer throwers in action at Bury St Edmunds.
March 10: 19 MMK athletes compete for their counties at the Inter-County Cross Country Championships at Prestwold Hall. Jack Meijer is 22nd in the M17 race (and finishes third in the UK Challenge Series), with Finlay Gibbs 28th; James Minter is 28th in the 20 Mens race; Lara Bromilow is 46th in the Senior Women's race, with Rachel Robinson 77th; James Tuttle (100th) just pips his brother Steve (102nd) in the Senior Men's race.