any underlined word to follow the link:
| 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 Sundays from 10-11am. Contact Gordon Fallow for further details.
The Tiger Group for 9-11 year olds meets at Stantonbury Athletics Stadium on Wednesday evenings. The sessions are at 6:00pm and 7:00pm. For further information contact Mick Lee.
Press Officer - Brian Graves
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 2017 will not be affiliated. Saturday/Sunday 15/16 July: Assistant Coach Course at Stantonbury Clubhouse. Contact Sharon Edghill if you wish to attend. The club will pay the fees for those who intend to coach at the club.
Tuesday 4 July: General Meeting for Road Runners in the Clubhouse, starting at 8:30pm.
Sunday 2 July: Milton Keynes Open Meeting at Stantonbury, starting at 11.30am.
Tuesday June 27: Milton Keynes 10k Road Race at 7:45pm from the Open Unversity. This is free to all fully-paid-up members of Marshall Milton Keynes. Let Mick Bromilow know if you want to run. If you are not running could you please volunteer 90 minutes of your time to help marshal the course. Let Nicole Boddington know if you can help. We are expecting around 500 runners to take part in the last race in the East Midlands Grand Prix series.
June 1 - August 3: MK 50 "Through the Decades" Runs with a different Thursday run each fortnight to celebrate 50 years of Milton Keynes. June 16: Milton Keynes fixtures for the next three weeks. June 24/25: Midland Schools' Multi-event Championships and Inter-Counties Developmental Walks held at Stantonbury - Day 1 results.
June 21: Ebony Carr has been selected to represent Great Britain at the Junior International match in Mannheim, Germany on 1/2 July.
June 21: Fourteen MMK athletes will represent Bucks Schools, plus hammer throwers James Ericsson-Nicholls (Northants) and Paige Barnes (Leicestershire), and sprinter Maxwell Brown (Northants), at the English Schools Championships at Birmingham on 7/8 July.
June 20: Dominic Jones (Rugby & Northampton) and Hayley Munn (Northampton Road Runners) win the Weedon 10km race.
June 18 The MMK U13/U15 Team finishes joint second in a very close final YDL match at Rugby to finish second overall in the league and to qualify for the Area Final in Cardiff on Saturday 15 July.Club 4x100m records for the U15 and U13 Boys.
June 17/18 Silver for Kayleigh Presswell and Bronze for Ebony Carr at the England Athletics U20/U23 Championships at Bedford.
June 17 The MMK Senior Team finishes third in a close Sweatshop Southern Athletics League match at Chelmsford. Rachel Gibbens is the Women of the match with 4.05m in the Pole Vault.
June 17 Four MMK Teams compete in the Greensand Ridge Relay. MMK's Loose Cannons are third in the Mixed Team event. Pictured above by Brian Graves are the MK Originals Team, celebrating its 25th consecutive year in this competition: Jim Miller, Malcolm Kidby, Ursula Ghaleb, Hazel Cockerill, Kevin Church and Geoff New.
June 16 Twelve MMK runners compete in the Marston Forest 5km race. The MMK women win the Team race. June 15: 91 attend the second MK50 run from Wolverton - picture above by Brian Graves.
June 13: Lara Bromilow finishes fifth in the JP Morgan Corporate Challenge Final in Frankfurt with 20:14 for 5.6km.
June 13: Dominic Jones (Rugby & Northampton) and Hayley Munn (Northampton Road Runners) win the Harborough 5.
June 10/11: Two Golds (Ebony Carr F20 200m, Laura Zialor F20 Triple Jump), Two Silver (Kayleigh Presswell FS Hammer, Maxwell Brown M20 100m) and Two Bronze (Chuko Cribb MS Triple Jump, Ebony Carr F20 100m) at the South of England U20/Senior Championships at Crystal Palace. Chuko improves the Club Triple Jump Record to 15.33m.
June 10: Some excellent performances at the Bucks Schools Championships at Stantonbury. Championship Best for Lara Moffat in the Junior Girls Hammer.
June 7: The MMK Veteran Women win but the Men are third in the second Eastern Masters League meeting at Cambridge.
June 7: Stewart Fraser wins the Open University Handicap 10km Race.
June 6: Steve Tuttle (MMKAC) and Hayley Munn (Northampton Road Runners) win the Banbury 5. Picture of Steven Tuttle above by Barry Cornelius.
June 4: Greg Rutherford wins the Long Jump with 7.95m (w+1.1) at an International Meeting in Gavardo, Italy, but suffers an ankle injury.
June 4: UK F60 2000mSc Best for Diane Baldwin as Marshall Milton Keynes women finish sixth in Round 2 of the UK Women's League at Stevenage. Pictured above, by Brian Graves, are Emma Beales, Emma Beardmore, Laura Zialor, Diane Baldwin and Rachel Gibbens.
June 3: The MMK Men's Team finishes second in the 32 mile Dartmoor Discovery Race. Pictured above are 7th-placed Dan Webber, and the second-placed team of Jeremy Vick, Dan Webber and Tom Hayman.
June 3: 495 athletes finish at the BMK PB Classic at Milton Keynes with 300 personal bests(61%). This is a new record for the number of finishers in a BMC meeting. 43 of 58 MMK finishers record personal bests (74%). Jack Meijer breaks the Club M17 3000m record with 8:37.91. Pictured, by Brian Graves, is record-breaker, Jack Meijer, with race winners, Charlotte Moyse and Ella Carey.
Pictures of the BMC Meeting by Brian Graves June 3: Joey Duck opens her season with 24.58(w+1.1) for 200m in Claremont, USA.
June 1: 94 runners take part in the first MK50 Celebration Run from Bletchley Park. The picture above, by Brian Graves, shows Jim Miller addressing the runners.
June 1: 555 athletes have entered the biggest-ever British Milers' Club Meeting at Stantonbury on Saturday, starting at 4pm.
May 31: UK M65 3000m Best of 10:19.82 for John Skelton at the Watford Open Meeting. Breakthrough run for Sophie Botham.
May 29: Fast runs by Steve Tuttle, Graham Jones and Lara Bromilow in the London 10k.
May 28: MMK U20/U17 Team finishes third at Rugby to edge closer to a place in the Regional Final (first 3 in the League go to the Final). The U17 Men's 4x100m relay team breaks the Club M17 Record with 43.8 and Emma Mears breaks the F20 1500mSc record with 5:15.1. Provisional results. Pictured above by Brian Graves are Emma Mears and the Under 17 Men's 4x100m Relay squad (Hugo Wallace, David Boakye, Ethan Wiltshire and Stephen Harvey) with sprint coaches Mike Leonard and Jim Lawrence.
Pictures by Brian Graves.
May 27/28: Harry Dalton finishes 14th in the England Athletics Men's Decathlon with 5698 points.
May 26: Greg Rutherford wins the Long Jump with 8.18m (w+0.3) and Rachel Gibbens is equal second in the Pole Vault with 4.00m at the Great City Games in Manchester.
May 24: Dominic Jones(Rugby & Northampton) and Hayley Munn (Northampton Road Runners) win the Corby 5.
May 21: MMK Senior Team pipped for first place in the second Sweatshop Southern Athletics League Match at Bedford. Chuko Cribb (15.30m in the Triple Jump) breaks the club record. Chuko and Kayleigh Presswell are the Male and Female Athletes of the Match. Pictured by Brian Graves are Kayleigh Presswell, Lara Bromilow, Mark Roberson, Ebony Carr, Graham Jones, holder of the new British F60 1500Sc record, Diane Baldwin, Chuko Cribb, Rachel Gibbens and Maxwell Brown.
May 21: British Racing Runners win the Round Milton Keynes Relay, while Wasdell's Elites win the age adjusted race.
May 20: MMK Youngsters win the second YDL Lower Age Group match at Birmingham. Pictures above by Brian Graves.
More pictures by Brian Graves.