any underlined word to follow the link:
| Tiger Web - the home of
Milton Keynes Athletic Club
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 during the summer months, on Saturdays, at Stantonbury Athletics Stadium, from 9-10.00am.
Press Officer - Ian Russell
Sunday 30 March: Level 2 Officials Course at Aylesbury College. This course is free to club members/parents who wish to qualify and have helped out with two or three matches. Let Jackson Ryan know if you wish to attend. The options are track judge and field judge.
Sunday 16 March: South of England Road Relays will be held at Stantonbury. If you are not running we will need lots of help to put on this event just a week after the festival of running. Contact Barry Hearn (men) or Diane Baldwin (women) if you want to run.
Sunday 9 March: Milton Keynes Festival of Running - Half Marathon, 10k and 5k fun run. Over 5000 entered in 2013. If you are not running, we need over 100 volunteers from the club to marshal the course, man the feeding stations, handle the entries on the day, man the baggage area, and so on. Please let our volunteer coordinator Dennis Edghill or Jackson Ryan know if you are able to help. The event has its own Facebook page. There will be a briefing for marshals and volunteers at feeding stations at 6.45pm on Tuesday 4 March. February 27: Milton Keynes fixtures for the next three weeks. March 4: Devon Byrne wins the Olney Pancake Race for the third time in a record 55.6.
March 2: Craig Preston Memorial Winter Light Hammer Competition held at Stantonbury.
March 1/2: A Silver Medal and a Club Record for Laura Zialor with 11.67m in the F17 Triple Jump at the England Athletics Under 20 Indoor Championships at Sheffield.
March 1: Jane Ovington Finishes third (first woman) in the Eton 10k with 37:13.
February 27: Twenty one MMK athletes (plus three as reserves) are selected to compete at the English Schools' Cross Country Championships at Castle Donington on 15 March.
February 23: John Browne breaks his own M60 60m record with 7.89 at the Inter-Area Vets Indoor match at Lee Valley.
February 23: MMK well-represented at the Inter-County Sportshall Final at Burgess Hill.
February 21-23: Chad Lambert is 8th in the 1500m, Devon Byrne is 9th in the Shot, and Chuko Cribb is 10th in the Triple Jump at the British Universities' Indoor Championships in Sheffield.
February 22: Senior Men's Team finishes 33rd (6 to score) and 24th (9 to score) in the National Cross Country Championships at Wollaton Park, Nottingham. Steve Tuttle is first Senior Man home in 111th place, with Lara Bromilow 62nd in the Senior Women's race. Pictured, top (left to right) are Lara Bromilow and Wendy Webber; bottom are Liam Smith, Elle Roche and Steve Tuttle.
February 19: Stephen Savage wins the Open University Handicap 5 mile Race.
February 16: Several personal bests at the Birmingham Indoor Games.
February 16: Results of the Southern/Eastern Vets Indoor Champs at Lee Valley available here - World F50 800m Record for Clare Elms.
February 16: Results of the British Masters Indoor Pentathlon Champs available here - World M50 best for Greg Dunson.
February 15: Greg Rutherford jumps 8.00m to finish third in the Indoor Grand Prix Meeting in Birmingham.
February 9: Silver for Chuko Cribb with a Club Indoor Record 14.48m in the Triple Jump at the Midlands Indoor Championships in Birmingham.
February 9: Gold for Chris Clarke in the Men's 200m, with a World-leading 20.68, and Bronze for Joey Duck in the Women's 200m with 23.68(pb) at the UK Indoor Championships in Sheffield.