Marshall Milton Keynes is hosting a day of 3000m running at the Stantonbury Track on Saturday 22 May, with 22 races for athletes of all abilities from U17 upwards, with the first race for the slowest runners starting at 3pm.
This event, which is free to fully-paid-up MMK members (and £15 otherwise), is attracting entries from all over the country, with 25% of the 440 places filled in the first 24 hours. It is the warm-up event for the popular MK5000 PB Special, due to be held on 17 July. It has a Level 2 UKA Permit which means that runners chasing championship qualifying times can use the results from this event.
There will be graded races, pace makers, lap times, predicted finish times at the end of each lap, and photofinish, designed to give you the best possible chance of improving your best 3000m time.