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    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 at Stantonbury Athletics Stadium, from 9-10.00am. Contact Gordon Fallow for further details.

    Press Officer - Ian Russell
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    Club vests and hoodies, and order forms for Club Jackets can be obtained from Karen Deathe at the Clubhouse Kitchen on Tuesdays.

    Membership fees for 2014 are now overdue. Email Alec Walliker if you wish to pay by BACS Transfer.

    March 8, 2015: Milton Keynes Festival of Running. This is the Club's big fund-raiser of the year. Please put the date in your diary. Even if you are not running we will need your help to successfully stage this event.
    November 29: The 50th annual Wolverton 5, to be held at Willen Lakeside. This event is free to all fully-paid up MMK members. Every finisher will be given a commemorative mug.
    Tuesday 18 November: The Marshall Milton Keynes Annual General Meeting, starting at 8:30pm in the Clubhouse.
    Saturday 11 October: The first Chiltern Cross Country League match is at Cassiobury Park, Watford. There are races for all age groups from Under 11s to Seniors and Veterans. Marshall Milton Keynes finished second overall last year and we need a massive turnout to go one better. Sharon Edghill is looking after the Under 11s and Under 13s. Richard Pownall is looking after the Under 15s and Under 17s, plus the under 20 women. Jackson Ryan is looking after the Under 20 men, Seniors and Veterans. Contact the team managers if you need help. These races are for runners of all standards and is a fantastic social day out for all the family.
    Friday 3 October: The Marshall Milton Keynes Annual Awards Evening is at Harben House, Severn Drive, Newport Pagnell, starting at 7:00pm. All 150 tickets have been sold.

    September 15: Milton Keynes fixtures for the next three weeks.

    September 28: Daniel Webber knocks 3:30 off his marathon best with 2:37:07 in Berlin.
    September 27: Scott Herbert breaks the Club Vets 100m Record with 11.4 (w+0.6) at Biggleswade.
    September 24: Scott Herbert improves his Club 400m Vets Record to 51.78 at Watford.
    September 24: Jeremy Vick and Linda Lytollis win the Open University 5 mile race.
























    September 21: Gary Blaber is first vet (pictured, left by Brian Graves) and Wendy Webber is third woman in the Leighton Buzzard 10. With pictures by Brian Graves.
    September 20/21: Scott Bunt finishes second in the British Masters M60 Weight Pentathlon and wins the Discus with 39.68m in Birmingham.
    September 20/21: Club finishes 29th (11th Club) in the Round Norfolk Relay. Graham Jones is quickest on Stage 14. Ten of the team are pictured in the top picture, with Team Manager, Alec Walliker, and timekeeper, Nick Folwell.
    September 20: Youngsters turn out for the South of England Road Relays. The Under 15 Girls Team is pictured centre, above.
    September 20: Lara Bromilow is third woman home, in 17th place, in the Twilight Bay 10k, Wynnum, Queensland in 37:31. Pictured, right, is Lara with husband, Steve, and sister, Tanya.
    September 19: Greg Rutherford has been shortlisted for European Male Athlete of the Year. You can vote for him here. Voting closes on 3 October.
    September 10: PBs equalled or bettered at Watford.
    September 7: Lara Bromilow is first woman home, in ninth place, in the Regent's Park 10k in 37:36.
    September 6: Greg Rutherford wins the Long Jump with 7.92m(w-1.2) at the Great City Games in Newcastle.
    September 5: Laura Zialor finishes second in the Triple Jump with 11.67m (w-0.1), Jonathan Pownall is third in the Javelin with 63.60m(pb), Ebony Carr is fifth in the 100m with 12.21 (w0.0), and Naomi Greener is sixth in the Long Jump with 5.22m (w+0.3) at the UK School Games in Manchester.









    September 5: Mark Palser and Alex Knowles win the Willen Lake 6 on Day 6 of the Brian Graves Tour of Milton Keynes, as Mark and Julie Jones win the Tour. The start of the final stage of the tour, pictured by Max Kirschner.










    September 4: Mark Palser and Julie Jones win the Campbell Park 5 on Day 5 of the Brian Graves Tour of Milton Keynes, to consolidate their leads in the Tour. Pictures of the Tour Leaders, Jordan Clay, Mark Palser, Daniel Webber and Julie Jones by Max Kirschner.
    September 3: Freddie Curtis (M20) throws the javelin 70.02m in Laihia, Finland.
    September 3: Scott Herbert improves his MMK Vets 100m and 200m Records with 11.46 (w+0.9) and 23.03 (w+0.3) at the Lee Valley Sprints meeting. Chris Clarke runs 20.59 (w+0.5) for 200m.








    September 3: Mark Palser and Sarah Lambert win the Hill Race on Day 4 of the Brian Graves Tour of Milton Keynes. With pictures by Max Kirschner.








    September 2: Graham Jones and Julie Jones run the quickest times in the Stantonbury Mile Races on Day 3 of the Brian Graves Tour of Milton Keynes.
    September 2: Ebony Carr, Naomi Greener, Jonathan Pownall and Laura Zialor have been selected to represent England South West at the UK School Games in Manchester from 4-7 September.













    September 1: Mark Palser and Julie Jones win the Potterspury 5 mile Cross Country. Mark leads the Men's Tour of Milton Keynes by three seconds, while Julie Jones is two minutes clear in the Women's Tour. Pictured, by Brian Graves, are Jeremy Vick, Julie Jones & Jason Carvalho, and Malcolm Down.














    August 31: Daniel Webber and Julie Jones win the Tattenhoe 11k to take early leads in the Tour of Milton Keynes. Pictures taken by Brian Graves of Daniel Webber, Maria Calleia and Mark Palser.
    August 30/31: Devon Byrne wins the Senior Women's Heptathlon with 4899 points at the Combined Events International in Manchester.
    August 30/31: Bronze and a new Triple Jump Club Record of 11.88m(w+1.4) for Laura Zialor at the England Athletics U15/U17 Championships at Bedford. Laura is pictured left, by Beverley Zialor, with the other two medallists.
    August 30: John Browne is sixth in the M60 200m Final in 27.12(w-1.1).