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  •  Tiger Web - the home of
    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 during the winter months at Bletchley Leisure Centre, from 8.30-9.30am. Contact Gordon Fallow for further details.
    The Tiger Group for 9-11 year olds meets at Ashurst Hall, Stantonbury Campus on Tuesday evenings. The sessions are at 6:00pm and 7:00pm. For further information contact Mick Lee.

    Press Officer - Brian Graves
    If you have any Marshall Milton Keynes AC athletics, road or cross-country results:
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    November 20: The Stantonbury track has re-opened after cleaning. The long jump pits alongside the home straight remain closed until the track is re-lined in the new year. The pit near the 200m can be used with care.

    November 24: AthleticsMK, the Club Newsletter, is now available online.

    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 2016 fees are now overdue. Existing members can renew online. Please download the Membership Renewal Form, fill it in and email it to You can pay your membership fees by BACS Transfer.
    Compulsory Registration: The new competition rule book now 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 for 2016 will not be affiliated.

    Sunday, 5 March 2017: Milton Keynes Festival of Running. Please put this date in your diary as we will need over 100 MMK volunteers to ensure this event is a success.
    Saturday 25 February: National Cross Country Championships at Wollaton Park, Nottingham. The club will pay the entry fee for any entries received by Mick Bromilow on or before Sunday 8 January. You don't need to fill in any forms; just give Mick your name.
    Saturday 28 January: South of England Cross Country Championships at Parliament Hill Fields. The club will pay the entry fee for any entries received by Mick Bromilow on or before Thursday 8 December. You don't need to fill in any forms; just give Mick your name.
    Saturday 7 January: Bucks Cross Country Championships at Stowe School. The club will pay the entry fee for any entries received by Mick Bromilow on or before Thursday 26 December. You don't need to fill in any forms; just give Mick your name.
    Tuesday 7 December: Entries for the above three championships so far received.
    Sunday 18 December: Christmas Kanter starting at The Caldecotte Arms.
    Thursday 15 December: Watchless Wolverton 5 starting at Haversham.

    November 30: Milton Keynes fixtures for the next three weeks.










    December 6: Marshall Milton Keynes athletes win five awards at the Sport MK Sports Achiever of the Year Awards at Shenley Leisure Centre. Pictured from left to right by Tom Blackman and Brian Graves are: Volunteer of the Year, won by Groundsman, Paul Toombs, and collected by Brian Graves; Sports Personality of the Year, won by Chris Clarke, and collected by his mother, Ruth; Masters Award for men, won and collected by John Skelton; Men Over 18 Award, won by Chuko Cribb, and collected by Mick Bromilow; the Disabled Athlete Award won by Tom Tancred, and collected by him from Deputy Mayor, David Hopkins and Council Sports Development Officer, Vicki Clarke.



























    December 3: Marshall Milton Keynes wins again as 110 turn out for the third round of the Chiltern League at Luton. There are wins for Alfie Yabsley and Sonja de Koning. There are team wins for the Senior Men, Under 17 Men, Under 15 Boys and Under 13 Girls. Pictured, by Brian Graves, are Holly Jamieson, Jack Rose, Charlotte Underwood, Graham Jones, Sonja de Koning and James Dowsett.













    December 1: Greg signs copies of his biography "Unexpected" at Waterstones in Milton Keynes. Pictures by Tom Blackman.
    November 30: Wendy Webber is third F35 overall and Dan second M40 overall after the Half Marathon on the final day of the Club La Santa Running Week in Lanzarote.
    November 29: Wendy Webber is tenth and Dan twelfth in the 5km beach run on Day 3 of the Club La Santa Running Week in Lanzarote.
    November 28: Wendy Webber is fourth and Dan seventh in the 13km hill run on Day 2 of the Club La Santa Running Week in Lanzarote.
    November 27: Mark (2:36:29) and Lynsey Ryall (3:10:43) run the San Sebastian Marathon in Spain.
    November 27: Marshall Milton Keynes and Leighton Buzzard team up for the Club La Santa Running Week in Lanzarote - Day 1 - 10k. Dan and Wendy Webber both finish ninth.














    November 26: Jack Goodwin (Bedford & County) and Philippa Taylor (Nene Valley Harriers) win the 52nd Wolverton 5 at Willen Lake, Milton Keynes. Picture at the start take by Brian Graves.
    MMK results with pictures by Brian Graves. MMK's John Skelton goes fourth on the UK M65 All-time rankings with 30:04.
    November 24: The latest Newsletter is now available.
    November 23: Lara Bromilow wins the Inter-Financial Services Cross Country for the fifth consecutive year.
    November 22: 69 youngster contest the MMK Sportshall Championships in Ashurst Hall.
    November 20: Greg Rutherford finishes seventh in BBC's Strictly Come Dancing at Blackpool.
    November 19: Lara Bromilow is second in the Women's Race at the London Cross Country Championships at Parliament Hill Fields.
    November 16: MMK athletes win all six titles at the Milton Keynes Secondary Schools Cross Country Championships at Campbell Park. Ousedale just pip Oakgrave in the overall schools competition.
    November 16: Mike Spencer-Jones wins the Open University Handicap 5 mile race.
    November 15: The club's three London Marathon places went to Mervyn Phillips, Steve Martin and Andrew Wasdell - congratulations.
    November 14: MMK athletes feature in an Athletics 365 video, with David Millett, which won the 2014 European Athletics Innovation Award.
    November 12: John Skelton finishes third to lead the England M65 Team to victory in the Masters Cross Country International in Glasgow.



























    November 12: Record MMK turnout of 132 finishers as the Club dominates Round 2 of the Chiltern Cross Country League. There are individual wins for Jack Meijer (M17), Emma Mears (F17) and Sonja de Koning (F11), and team wins for the Senior Men, M20, M15, Senior Women and F15 squads. Pictured above, by Brian graves, are Lara Bromilow, Jack Meijer, Montana Edghill, Ewan Forsythe, Barbara de Koning and George Wheeler.
    November 10: There will be short periods of silence before the Men's and Women's races on Saturday to remember Stacey Burrows and Lucy Pygott, two very talented Aldershot runners, who lost their lives on Tuesday. Rachel Robinson will have a reel of ribbon for those who wish to wear armbands.
    November 6: Lara Bromilow is fourth and first woman home in the Greenwich 10k in 38:17.
    November 5: 900 children contest the Milton Keynes Primary Schools' Cross Country Championships at Stantonbury. The Overall winning schools were: Ultra Large - Olney Middle School; Large - Middleton Primary School; Medium - Summerfield; Small - Hanslope Primary School.

















    November 5: Fifteen MMK teams finish the National Cross Country Relays in Mansfield. The Senior Men's A Team are 50th and the Senior Women's A Team are 18th. James Dowsett, Emma Mears and Alfred Yabsley (pictured left to right by Brian Graves) run fast times.