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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 on Fridays. Contact Gordon Fallow for further details.
The Tiger Group for 9-11 year olds meets at Stantonbury Campus on Wednesday evenings from 6-7pm and from 7-8pm. For further information contact Mick Lee.
Press Officer - Brian Graves
August 11: MK5000 PB Special - in association with the British Milers' Club. Entries are now being taken online for this event, for U20s and Seniors here. There will be a beer tent and street food throughout the event. Only 500 places are available. Entry standards are sub 19 minutes for men and sub 22 minutes for women.
November 8: MMKAC will shortly have a new website and a new host (but the same URL: http://www.mkac.org.uk). Mick Bromilow, who has maintained this website for the last 22 years, will step down as webmaster at the end of 2017. The new site will be looked after by a group of contributors, but we will need someone to update the results section of the new website, using Wordpress. If you can help, please contact Mick Bromilow.
May 2: AthleticsMK, the Club Newsletter, is now available online. Club vests and hoodies, and order forms for Club Jackets can be obtained from Wendy Durand at the Clubhouse Kitchen on Tuesdays. Membership fees: You can pay your fees by BACS transfer. Any queries relating to membership, please contact the Membership Secretary at email@example.com.
Compulsory Registration: The Competition Rule Book 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 by the end of March 2018 will not be affiliated.
July 10: Milton Keynes fixtures for the next three weeks.
July 15: Milton Keynes Open Meeting at Stantonbury produces some excellent results.
July 14: Ebony Carr anchors the GB Junior 4x100m Relay Team to the bronze medals with 44.05 at the World Junior Championships in Tampere, Finland - Video of the race on Youtube.
July 14: Bronze, and a Club M15 Pole Vault Record, for Tim Penley, on Day 2 of the English Schools' Championships in Birmingham.
July 13: Silver, and a Club F15 Hammer Record, for Lara Moffat on Day 1 of the English Schools' Championships in Birmingham.
July 11: PBs hard to come by at Watford.
July 10: More pbs from Kettering.
July 10: Alistair McDonell (Rugby & Northampton) and Charlie Arnell (Torbay AC) win the Milton Keynes 10k. Pictured above, by Brian Graves, are Jamie Seddon (3rd M), Diane Baldwin (1st F60 and overall 1st F60), Ian Van Lokven (2nd M55), Lara Bromilow (2nd F), Steve Tuttle (6th M and overall 1st MS) and Mel Wood (8th F and overall 3rd FS).
July 8: James Ericsson-Nicholls closes in on the M17 Club Hammer record with 60.63m, to win at the South of England Inter-County U17 Meeting at Lee Valley - Bucks Results.
July 8: The depleted MMK Senior Women fight their way to sixth place in the second UK Women's League meeting at Liverpool.
July 7: PBs for Jack Meijer (1500m in 3:54.80) and Graham Jones (800m in 2:00.59) at the BMC Meeting at Eltham.
July 5: More pbs at Biggleswade.
July 5: Lara Bromilow is second woman home in 20:24 in the JP Morgan Corporate Challenge over 5.6km at Battersea Park.
July 4: The MMK Veteran Men win and the Women are equal second at Cambridge in the Eastern Masters League - provisional results.
July 4: James Clark wins the Open University Handicap 10km Race.
July 3: Nathan Lawson (Huncote Harriers) and Rebecca Hall (Corby AC) win the Harborough 5.
July 2: Ebony Carr is selected to represent Great Britain in the 4x100m relay at the World Junior Championships in Tampere, Finland from 10-15 July.
July 1: MMK U20/U17 Team finishes fifth in their final YDL fixture of the season at Stantonbury.
Pictures by Brian Graves.
June 30/July 1: Kayleigh Presswell is fifth in the hammer at the UK Championships in Birmingham; Ebony Carr just misses the 100m final anf Joey Duck runs in the 200m.
June 29: Greg Rutherford has pulled out of the UK Championships this weekend with appendicitis.
June 28: James Ericsson-Nicholls will throw the hammer at the World Youth Games in Gothenberg, Sweden, this weekend.
June 27: More pbs at windy Watford.
June 26: Alistair Smith (Coventry Godiva) and Rachel Doherty (Higham Harriers) win the Weedon 10k. Pictured above by Max Kirschner are Steve Tuttle (4th), Diane Farmer (1st F55), Mel Wood (3rd woman), Paul Mason (2nd M65) and Diane Baldwin (1st F60).
June 25: Jamie Seddon is second man and Rachel Robinson is first woman at the Sri Chinmoy 5km race in Battersea Park.
June 25: Congratulations to the 16 MMK athletes selected to represent Bucks Schools at the English Schools Championships in Birmingham on 13/14 July. James Ericsson-Nicholls (Hammer) will represent Northants Schools.
June 24: John Browne and Bunt Scott win South of England Masters titles at Battersea Park.
June 24: Ian Van Lokven breaks the Club M60 Half Marathon Record, finishing 80th (1st M60) at Swansea in 84:15.
June 23/24: Sara Diaz de la Fuente, representing Bucks Schools, is 14th in the Midland Schools Junior Pentathlon at Abingdon, with 2314 points.
June 23: MMK Senior Team finishes third in the Southern Athletics League meeting at Chelmsford. Pictured above by Brian Graves are Abby Roskilly (800m winner and pb), Diane Presswell (F50 club hammer record), Laura Zialor (long jump winner), Aaron (200m winner), Robert Lewis (triple jump) and James Tuttle (5000m winner and pb).
June 23: Ebony Carr wins her 100m heat in a pb 11.65 (w+0.3) and anchors the second-placed GB Junior Team in the 4x100m Relay with 44.57 at the Mannheim International, in Germany.
June 17: The Marshall Milton Keynes U15/U13 Team finishes second at Rugby to take the overall League Title and qualify for the Regional Finals at Stoke Gifford on Saturday 21 July. Ayesha Jones throws the javelin 30.87m to smash her own F13 Club Record.
Pictures from Rugby by Brian Graves.
June 16/7: Ebony Carr is just out of the medals after a pb 11.66 (w+0.6) in the semi finals at the England U20/U23 |Championships at Bedford. Jack Meijer is fifth in the U20 1500m Final and Daniel Oderinde is knocked out of the 100m in the Semi Finals.
June 16: The MMKAC Originals finish 11th quickest in the Greensand Ridge Relay (16th by Handicap). Pictures of the MMKAC Originals: Chris Ryder, Dave Findel-Hawkins, Simon Kirschner-Heavens, Kevin Church, Andrew Kirschner and Kelvin Smith, taken by Brian Graves.
June 15: David Boakye wins the B Final at the Italian U18 Championships in Rieti with 11.02 (w+0.8, pb).
June 13: More pbs at Watford.
June 12: Greg Rutherford announces that he will retire at the end of the season.
June 12: Steve Tuttle (MMK) and Tori Green (Rugby & Northampton) win the Banbury 5.
June 10: Fine performances on a warm day at the Milton Keynes Open Meeting at Stantonbury, with over 100 personal bests.
June 9/10: Gold for Kayleigh Presswell, Silver for Ebony Carr and Bronze for Robert Lewis at the South of England Senior/U20 Championships at Bedford.