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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
Saturday 9 January: Buckinghamshire Cross Country Championships at Shuttleworth, near Biggleswade. The club pays the entry fee (and sends off the entries). You just need to let Mick Bromilow know that you want to run. Either leave a note in the clubhouse office or send him an email. The deadline for entries, paid by the club, is 19 December.
Thursday 17 December: Wolverton Watchless 5, starting at 6:45pm.
Saturday 5 December: Third match of the Chiltern Cross Country League at Culham (near Abingdon). Everyone can run - there are races for U11s to O60s. It's free to MMK members (but a £3 car-park charge) - just turn up with your number from a previous race if you have one, and run. It's also a great social occasion. At the last match MMK were the winners overall, but we'll need another massive turnout to win again. Please let team managers Sharon Edghill (U11s and U13s), Richard Pownall (U15s, U17s and F20s) and Jackson Ryan (M20s, Seniors and Veterans) know if you are running.
November 26: Milton Keynes fixtures for the next three weeks.
November 28: Kevin Seaward (Cardiff) and Rebecca Hall (Corby) win the 51st Wolverton 5 mile Road Race. Pictured, by Brian Graves, are Elle Roche, Graham Jones, Ross Threlfall, Josh Lyman, Natasha Baker and Steve Tuttle.
November 25: Lara Bromilow retains her Inter-Financial Services Cross Country title for the fourth consecutive year at Richmond Park.
November 22-25: Marshall Milton Keynes is well-represented at the International Running Challenge in Lanzarote.
November 20: Brian Graves is elected President of the Buckinghamshire Athletic Association at its AGM.
November 18: Big turnout for the Milton Keynes Secondary Schools' Cross Country Championships. Wins for Charlotte Underwood, Alex Brent, Barbara de Koning, James Dowsett, Emma Mears and Alfie Yabsley. Oakgrave wins the overall title.
November 18: Keith Cook wins the Open University Handicap 10km race.
November 17: Seventy five youngsters take part in the MMK Under 11 Sportshall Championships at Stantonbury.
November 15: The MMK Women finish fourth in the Herbert's Hole Cross Country at Chesham.
November 14: Lara Bromilow (right) is third in the London Cross Country Championships at Parliament Hill in 23:18.
November 13: Greg Rutherford is named as Male Athlete of the Year by the British Athletics Writers Association.
November 10: The three successful MMK athletes in the draw for the London Marathon places were Karen Bugaj, Leah Hartwell and Neil Jones.
November 7: A club record 127 runners finish in match 2 of the Chiltern League at the Teardrop Lakes, Milton Keynes as MMK wins overall. With pictures by Brian Graves, Tom Blackman and Gemma Childs. Pictured, above, are Robert Hickman, Conrad Webber, Enya Deysel, George Wheeler, Jack Sharp, Montana Edghill, Alex Brent, Elle Roche and Seb Henry.
November 1: Pete's Elites win the Squeaky Bone Relay as eight MMK teams complete the race. Pictures of the two imps teams taken by Brian Graves
October 31: Fifteen MMK teams complete the National Cross Country Relays in Mansfield. The Under 13 Girls are 13th, the Under 17 Women are 17th and the Senior Women are 21st. Picture of the Senior Women's Team taken by Fi Han Bromilow.
October 26: Thomas Green is sixth in the F32 Club Throw with 25.96m at the IPC World Championships in Doha.
October 25: Graham Jones is third in the Fleet 10k in 33:51.
October 25: Lara Bromilow finishes 128th (18th FS) in 60:51 in the Great South 10 mile race in Portsmouth.
October 21: Natalie Coleman wins the Open University Handicap 5 mile race.
October 18: Gary Blaber is 8th in the Abingdon Marathon (3rd M40) in 2:46:21.
October 18: Debra Brent, Diane Farmer and Alex Brent win prizes at the Ampthill Cross Country Races.
October 18: Liam Smith is 15th in the Birmingham Half Marathon in 71:26.
October 17: Well over 800 children contest the Milton Keynes Primary Schools Cross Country Championships.
October 17: Greg Rutherford is crowned European Male Athlete of the Year at a ceremony in Lausanne. The picture shows Greg with Female Athlete of the Year, Dafne Schippers.