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, (age 9 upwards) and, most important of all, good fun. We meet mostly on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Stantonbury Stadium, Milton Keynes. from 6pm. The Tiger Group for 9-11 year-olds meets on Monday evenings, with a number of sessions between 3pm and 6pm. For further information contact Mick Lee.
(Sessions for 5-8 year-olds are currently suspended during the Co-vid period.)

If you have any Marshall Milton Keynes AC results you can email our Press Officer, Brian Graves, on

October 6: Marshall Milton Keynes volunteers honoured with Queen's Award

In an online ceremony, attended by the Lord Lieutenant of Buckinghamshire, Sir Henry Aubrey-Fletcher and the Mayor of Milton Keynes, Andrew Geary, the club was presented with the Queen's Award for Voluntary Services.

Truncated version of the nomination form

Examples of why we volunteers by members who have been with the club more than 20 years


Limited group activity is now allowed on the track subject to England Athletics Guidelines. The links can be found here:

England Athletics Guidelines

The above guidance should always be followed in the first instance, but if you have any concerns please contact the Welfare Officers.

Contact details can be found at

Training from Tuesday 1 September

Following the change in guidelines issued by England Athletics on 4 August, Stantonbury Athletics Stadium will be open for all MMK athletes, and potential members on a two-week trial. Revised rules for the use of the Stadium have been agreed by the club committee, and athletes will be asked to sign a waiver form before they are allowed to enter. Note that Stantonbury International School term starts on 1 September and MMK training is not possible during the school day until 5:30pm.

MMK athletes and potential new members who wish to use the track should  read the rules and then download the waiver. Please add your name and the date to the waiver form and email it to your lead contact indicating that you agree to the terms. For athletes aged Under 18, the waiver form must be returned by your parent/guardian.

Mick Lee's U11s Tiger Group will train in three one-hour time slots between 3pm and 6pm on Mondays. Contact Mick Lee to pre-book a place on one of these sessions. David Millet's Athletics 365 Sessions will train in two one-hour slots between 6pm and 8pm on Mondays. Contact David Millett to pre-book a place on one of these sessions. Please note that you must pre-book sessions. Athletes who just turn up at the track will not be allowed to train.

Revised Track Rules from 1 September

Waiver Form

The weights room will reopen on Monday 14 September, subject to the rules below. Athletes who wish to use the weights room should send the waiver form to Lewis Barnes, and book sessions via him (18s and over), or via your coach for Under 18s).

Rules for the Gym

Gym waiver form

Return to competition


Friday 21 August: Results Base MK5km PB Special

There was a big turnout for the MK5km PB Special. Of the 280 who had entered 253 finished the race. 144 finishers achieved personal bests (57%) which was fantastic on a windy day. The Men's elite race was won by Omar Ahmed (Birchfield) in 14:07. Bronwen Owen (Leeds City) won the women's elite race in 15:55. Provisional results are available here.

Sunday 27 September: NoblePro MK5km PB Special

The NoblePro MK5km PB Special was graced by Australian Olympians Ryan and Gen Gregson, who set men's and women's course records of 13:50 and 15:49. Of the 270 finishers, 153 set personal bests (57%). Of the 32 MMK runners, 20 set personal bests, including Ryan Burling, who missed Sam Winters' club record by one second. Full results with pictures by Brian Graves

Pictures of the elite races by Hugh Robinson