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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 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
    If you have any Marshall Milton Keynes AC athletics, road or cross-country results:
    You can email Brian on Brian.Graves@mkac.org.uk.


    June 15: The Club mourns the loss of life member, Reg Mead MBE, who died last Friday, aged 97.
    In his youth, Reg played football for Buckingham Town and hockey for North Bucks. However, it is athletics, inspired by attending the famous Whitsun athletics meetings at Wolverton Park in the 30s, 40s and 50s along with several thousand spectators, to which he dedicated much of his life. He made substantial contributions in three areas of athletics:
    Coaching: Reg qualified as a sprints coach in 1949, throws in 1951, pole vault in 1953 and weight training in 1993. As a schoolteacher at Buckingham School and as a coach at Wolverton AAC, Buckingham and District AC and Milton Keynes AC, he coached an enormous number of athletes over the years, including three who won English Schools' titles.
    Designer: Reg spent a year at Loughborough College in 1956/7 as a mature student, studying for a Physical Education Diploma. His thesis looked at ways that schools could design and make their own athletic equipment in woodwork and metalwork classrooms. He invented the chain hammer, for use in training, and a wooden "starting gun", both of which are still sold today. He improved the design of the hammer, adding the swivel head, and of the standard hurdle, which form the basis of the modern equipment.
    Officiating: Reg was secretary of North Bucks Schools AA for seven years in the 1950s. For more than 25 years he was President of the Bucks Schools AA. He organised and officiated at countless meetings over the years.
    Reg was awarded the Sport MK award for Services to Sport in 2001 (see picture, right) and was awarded an MBE in 2005 for Services to Athletics.
    The Committal will be held at Wolverton Cemetery (MK12 5RR) at 10am on Tuesday 26 June. Refreshments are available at a neighbours house after the Committal.

    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 membership@mkac.org.uk.
    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 10k - the Final Race in the East Midlands Grand Prix Series. You can enter online here. This race is free to fully-paid-up members of Marshall Milton Keynes. MMK members just to let Mick Bromilow know that you want to run. If you aren't running could you contact Russell Rose to volunteer to help marshal this race, please?


    June 21: Milton Keynes fixtures for the next three weeks.


    June 23: MMK Senior Team finishes third in the Southern Athletics League meeting at Chelmsford.
    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.
    Quadkids results.
    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.
    June 9/10: Russell and Sheila Rose complete the South Downs Way 100 mile evnt.
    June 9: James Ericsson-Nicholls (M17) is just short of 60m in the hammer at the Northants Schools' Championships at Corby.
    June 9: Some excellent performances at the Bucks Schools Championships at Stantonbury.
    June 8: Greg Rutherford finishes third in the Long Jump in 7.86m (w+0.2) at an International Meeting in Dessau-Rosslau, Germany.
    June 6: The MMK Veteran Men and Women both win at Bedford in the Eastern Masters League - provisional results.
    June 6: Steve Tuttle (MMK) and Rachel Doherty (Higham Harriers) win the Corby 5. The MMK men win the team race.
    June 6: Rachel Dell wins the Open University Handicap 5km Race.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    June 3: The MMK Senior Women's Team finishes sixth in the first match in the UK Women's League at Bedford. Kayleigh Presswell breaks the club and divisional hammer records with 61.64m. Pictured above, by Brian Graves, are Kayleigh Presswell, Rachel Oderinde, Wendy Webber and Natalie Nurse.
    June 2: Greg Rutherford opens his season with a win in the long Jump with 7,86m (w+0.8) at an international meeting at Oordegem, Belgium.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    June 2: 464 young athletes compete in the British Milers Club Meeting at Stantonbury with 240 gaining personal bests (51.7%). 31 MMK athletes compete with 20 gaining personal bests (64.5%). Imogen King breaks her own club F17 1500mSc record with 5:16.48. Pictured above by Brian Graves, are six of the athletes who gained PBs: Leo Freeland, Imogen King, Charlotte Underwood, Joshua Undaran-Anderegg, Peter Hickman and Montana Edghill.
    Pictures from Stantonbury by Brian Graves.
    May 28: Robert Lewis Jumps a PB 1.90m in the High Jump at the BIGish Games at Bedford.
    May 28: MMK's top distance runners out in force at the London 10k. The Men's Team finishes 32nd.
    May 27: Eva Durand breaks her own Club U15 Javelin Record with 38.98m to finish second at the Loughborough Javelin Festival.
    May 27: The MMK U20/U17 Team finishes 5th again in Round 2 of the Youth Development League (UAG) at Nottingham. Imogen King breaks the F17 Club 1500m Steeplechase Record with 5:19.6.
    Pictures from Nottingham by Brian Graves.
    May 26: Ebony Carr finishes second in the 100m Final at an international meeting at Oordegem, Belgium, with 11.72(w+0.9).
    May 23: Alistair Smith (Coventry Godiva) and Tori Green (Rugby & Northampton) win the Rugby 6. MMK's Steve Tuttle is second.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    May 20: MMK Senior Team finishes third after a close battle with Nene Valley in the Southern Athletics League at Reading. Pictured above, by Brian Graves, are athletes of the match, Chuko Cribb and Kayleigh Presswell, together with Dickson Kusi and Katie James.
    May 19: MMK youngsters win again in another close YDL LAG match at Coventry.
    Pictures from Coventry taken by Brian Graves.
    May 18: John Skelton finishes fourth in the M65 European Masters 10k Championships in Alicante with 39:48.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    May 18: Beyene Abedom and Rachel Doherty (Higham Harriers) win the Blisworth 5. MMK's Jonathan Peters is fourth with Steve Tuttle sixth and Melanie Wood second woman home. The MMK men and women both finish second in the team race. Pictured above, by Brian Graves, are Jonathan Peters, Melanie Wood, and category winners Paul Mason (M65) and Diane Baldwin (F60).