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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, starting on 5 April, on Saturdays, at Stantonbury Athletics Stadium, from 9-10.00am. Contact Gordon Fallow for further details.
Press Officer - Ian Russell
July 23: Peter Cox wins the Open University Handicap 10km race.
July 22: Thomas Green is selected to represent Great Britain at the IPC European Championships at Swansea.
July 20: Steve Green finishes ninth in the Anniversary 5 at the Olympic Park in 28:23.
July 20: Win for Ebony Carr, as MMK athletes are out in force at the Southern Under 17 Inter-County match at Portsmouth.
July 20: Hammer win and an F17 Club Record 49.38m for Lauren Presswell at the Jumps and Throws Festival in Birmingham.
July 19: MMK youngsters finish second in a close Youth Development League U15 Match at Stoke, to finish third overall in the final league table.
July 16: PBs galore at Watford.
July 16: MMK 2014 Road Race Rankings updated by Brian Graves.
July 15: Joey Duck wins the 200m in 24.00 and Kayleigh Presswell smashes her Club Hammer Record with 54.67m at the Welsh International in Cardiff.
July 13: Joey Duck sets a windy pb of 23.44 (w+2.9) to finish second in the 200m at an International Meeting in Donnas, Italy.
July 12: Greg Rutherford pulls out of the Glasgow Diamond League Long Jump after straining his knee in the warm-up.
July 12: MMK Seniors have a big win in the Sweatshop Southern Athletics League Match at Newham to stay on course for promotion.
Pictures from Newham by Brian Graves.
July 11/12: Laura Zialor (IG TJ), Jonathan Pownall (IG JT), Redford Curtis (SB JT), Ebony Carr (IG 100m) and Laeken Impey (SG HT) all finish fourth, just out of the medals, at the English Schools Championships in Birmingham. Pictured above right are Paige Barnes who broke the Club F17 Hammer record, and Lauren Presswell.
July 10: Lara Bromilow (pictured above, left) is first woman home in the JP Morgan Challenge in Battersea Park.
July 10: MMK U13 Girls & U13 Boys Relay Teams beat the Kelly Holmes Challenge at the Sandy Open Meeting at Biggleswade.
July 8: Chris Clarke is 6th over 200m in 21.29 (w-2.0) at an international meeting in Budapest.
July 8: Freddie Curtis is selected to represent Great Britain at the World Junior Championships in Eugene, Oregon from 22-27 July.
July 6: Thirty-nine youngsters take part in a Quadkids competition at Stantonbury.
July 6: Ten MMK runners complete the NSPCC Milton Keynes Half Marathon.
July 6: The MMK Senior Women's Team battles hard and avoids relegation at the UK Women's League Division 2 match at Portsmouth.
July 6: County Titles for Alfie Yabsley and Emma Mears at the Bucks U15 3000m Championships held at Stantonbury.The picture above shows the medal winners.
July 6: Chris Clarke wins at 200m in 20.23 (w+2.6) at an International Meeting in Mannheim, Germany.
July 5: Thams Green (F32) finishes second in the Club Throw with 28.12m at the CP Sport Grand Prix Meeting at Stoke Mandeville.
July 5: Freddie Curtis wins the Javelin in a Club M20 Record 71.83m at Kannonkoski, Finland.
July 3: Greg Rutherford finishes second in the Long Jump with 8.19m (w+1.1) at the Diamond League meeting in Lausanne.
July 2: PBs galore at Watford.
July 2: The MMK Veteran Women win but the Men are pipped, in the third Veterans' League Match at Bedford. Including pictures by Brian Graves. Pictures of winners Corrine Nurse, Mark Roberson and John Browne, by Brian Graves
July 1: Michael Aldridge (Wootton) and Nicki Nealon (Huncote Harriers) win at the Milton Keynes 10k, to take the overall series prizes. Many thanks to the Members, parents and friends who helped at this event. The 475 finishers is a record turn-out for the EMGP Milton Keynes 10k. Pictures of Matt Clarke, Alex Knowles, Maria Calleia and Steve Green by Brian Graves
June 29: MMK U20s/U17s finish second in a very close Youth Development League U20 Match at Stantonbury, and stay on course for promotion.
YDL pictures by Brian Graves.
June 29: Joey Duck runs 11.90 (w+1.2) to finish 6th in her 100m Semi-Final at the UK Championships in Birmingham.
June 28/29: Three MMK athletes represent Buckinghamshire Schools at the Midland Multi-event Championships in Sutton-in-Ashfield.
June 28: Chris Clarke (21.10(w-0.8)) and Joey Duck (23.48 (w+0.9)) both finish fifth in their 200m Finals at the UK Championships in Birmingham; Joey qualifies for the 100m semifinals, with third in 11.81(w-0.2).
June 28: Four MMK teams complete the Greensand Ridge Relay - the Women's Team is third fastest women's team. Pictured, by Brian Graves, are the fourth leg runners, Andy Wasdell (MMK Tigers), Julie Jones (was Dalzell, MMK Ladies), Jim Miller (MMK Originals) and Keith Cook (MMK Nearly 70s).
June 27: Chris Clarke (1st in 21.14(w-0.3)) and Joey Duck (3rd in 23.70 (w-0.4)) qualify automatically for their 200m Finals at the UK Championships in Birmingham.
June 25: Brian Daniels wins the Open University Handicap 5 mile race.
June 24: Michael Aldridge (Wootton) and Nicki Nealon (Huncote Harriers) win at the Weedon 10k.
June 24: 17 MMK athletes have been selected to represent Buckinghamshire Schools at the English Schools Athletics Championships. Redford Curtis will represent Somerset Schools.
June 22: MMK youngsters finish fourth in a close Youth Development League U15 Match at Stantonbury.
YDL pictures by Brian Graves.
June 21: Greg Rutherford jumps 7.99m (w+0.6) to finish second for Great Britain in the European Team Cup at Braunschweig, Germany.
June 7: There are 181 PBs for the 302 finishers (60.0%), a Stadium Record for Jessica Judd, and 30pbs from 42 MMK finishers (71.4%) at the BMC PB Classic Meeting at Stantonbury.Pictured by Brian Graves are Emma Mears, Jessica Judd, Jake Cox, George and Charlie Wheeler.
June 7: More BMC pictures by Brian Graves.