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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
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.
September 13: 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
Saturday October 6: Marshall Milton Keynes Awards Evening at the Oak Tree Centre, Shenley Brook End, MK5 7GZ) from 7 to 10pm. There will be a buffet with nonalcoholic drinks. Members can bring their own alcoholic drinks if they wish. Tickets at £10 (£30 for a family of four) will be available at the Clubhouse Kitchen from Tuesay 18 September.
September 12: Milton Keynes fixtures for the next three weeks.
September 23: Jamie Seddon wins the Leighton Buzzard 10 in 56:17.
September 23: The MMK Senior Men's Team finishes 26th at the South of England Road Relays at Crystal Palace.
September 23: The MMK Masters Men and Women both win at the Eastern Masters Final in Milton Keynes.
September 16: Wendy Webber (19th F40) finishes the Berlin Marathon in 2:59:31; Stephen Young finishes in 3:00:48; Elliot Hind (MS) covers the first half in 75:14, but suffers in the second half to finish in 3:13:11; Tom Hayman (MS) finishes in 3:14:13.
September 16: Ian Van Lokven (M60) finishes 9th in the World Masters Half Marathon in Malaga in a time of 87:08, to score for the winning Great Britain Team.
September 16: John Skelton (M65) finishes fifth in the 1500m Final in 4:59.88.
September 15: John Skelton (M65) wins his 1500m heat in 5:17.41 to qualify for the Final at the World Masters Championships in Malaga, Spain.
September 13: AthleticsMK, the Club Newsletter, is now available online.
September 12: James Clark wins the Open University Handicap 5km Race.
September 9: Tom Cuthbertson (MS) is 49th man home in the Great North Run in 77:09.
September 9: Steve Herring runs 2:14.49 for 800m at the World Masters Championships in Malaga, but does not qualify for the Semi-Finals.
September 8: Imogen King is fourth in the U17 Women's Junior Great North Run in 15:13.
September 8: Greg Rutherford jumps 7.38m (w+0.6) in his last ever competition at the Great North City Games in Gateshead.
September 8: The MMK U15/U13 Team do themselves proud in their first-ever National Final at Bedford.
Pictures from Bedford by Brian Graves and Chichi Ezeh.
September 7: Daniel Woodgate and Ella Townsend win again at the Willen Lake 6.5 to win the 2018 Tour of Milton Keynes. Lilli Peters is first woman home for Marshall Milton Keynes. Dave Findel-Hawkins and Karen Bugaj are the most improved MMK runners. Pictured above by Brian Graves are leading finishers in the 2018 Tour, Ella Townsend, Jessica Anstee (Sarah Bird, behind Jessica), Lilli Peters, Dan Woodgate, Mark Palser and Will Shippin.
September 6: Daniel Woodgate and Ella Townsend win again at the Brickhill Woods Hill Race on Day 5 of the Tour of Milton Keynes.
September 6: John Browne Finishes sixth in the Final of the M65 100m with 13.48 (w-1.1).
September 6: John Browne qualifies for the Final in the M65 100m with 13.28 (w+0.4).
September 5: John Browne qualifies for the semi-finals third quickest in the M65 100m with 12.98 (w+2.2, Club M65 Record) at the World Masters Championships in Malaga, Spain.
September 5: More Pbs as Jack Meijer closes in on the Club M20 3000m record at Watford.
September 5: Daniel Woodgate and Ella Townsend consolidate their Tour leads with wins at the Campbell Park 5 on Day 4.
September 4: Daniel Woodgate and Hannah Oldroyd run the quickest miles on Day 3 of the Tour of Milton Keynes.Daniel and Ella Townsend increase their leads. Pictured above, by Brian Graves, are Dan Woodgate, Jim Miller, Joe Kendall and Kevin Church.
September 3: Daniel Woodgate and Ella Townsend win the Potterspury Cross Country, to increase their leads the Tour of Milton Keynes after Day 2. Pictured above, by Brian Graves, are Tour contenders, Mark Palser, Jessica Anstee, Matt Clarke and Sarah Bird.
September 2: Daniel Woodgate and Ella Townsend (pictured above by Brian Graves) win the Tattenhoe 11k, to lead the Tour of Milton Keynes after Day 1.
September 2: Fine results at the Milton Keynes Open Meeting. Jon Peters wins the Bucks 5000m.
September 1: A win for Moyin Oduyemi and medals for Lara Moffat, Eva Durand, Jack Meijer and Sam Featherstone, as 14 MMK athletes represent Buckinghamshire at the Southern Inter County U20/U15 Championships at Oxford.
August 29: Fast times at Lee Valley.
August 27: Rachel Robinson breaks the Club Women's 5km Road Race Record with third place in 16:40 at the Podium 5k at Barrowford, Lancashire.
August 25/26: Lara Moffat (pictured right) wins the England Athletics F15 Hammer title with a Club Record 53.14m at Bedford. Eva Durand is fourth in the F15 Javelin with 37.69m. Tim Penley is fifth in the M15 Pole Vault in a Club Record 3.51m. Moyin Oduyemi is seventh in the F15 100m final with 12.43 (w+2.1). Lateefah Agberemi is seventh in the F15 Triple Jump with a Club Record 10.44m (w+5.7).
August 25/26: Gold Medals for Emma Beales, Dennis Edghill and Bunt Scott at the British Masters Championships in Birmingham.
August 22: More Pbs and another Club M50 Record for Steve Herring at Watford.
August 18: The MMK Senior Team finishes fourth in a tough final match in the Southern Athletics League at Eton and are relegated from Division 1. August 18: Fast 1500m for Sam Winters at Stretford.
August 18: Two club records and three podium places for the five MMK 4x100m relay teams at Birmingham Grand Prix. Greg Rutherford competes in his last Diamond League Meeting before retirement. Pictured above are the U15 Boys and Girls Teams.
August 15: Fast times by Daniel and Rachel Oderinde at windy Lee Valley.
August 11/12: Silver medals for Moyin Oduyemi (F15 100m) and Lara Moffat (F15 Hammer) at the South of England U17/U15 Championships at Lee Valley.
August 11: Jessica Judd wins the women's race and Jack Crabtree the Men's A as 60% of finishers (102/169) gain pbs at the BMC/MK5000 PB Special at Stantonbury. Pictured above, by Brian Graves, are Jack Crabtree, Jessica Judd (ahead of Emily Hosker Thornhill and Emelia Gorecka), Steve Tuttle and Paul Mizon.
August 11: A club M50 800m record for Steve Herring and medals galore at the Eastern Masters Championships at Southend.
August 8: 800m pbs for Sam Winters, Jack Meijer and Sophie Botham at Watford.
August 8: James Clark wins the Open University Handicap 5 mile Race.
August 6: Rachel Robinson (FS) runs 17:01 for 5km in Battersea Park.