Road runners

Our road runners generally meet on Tuesdays and Thursday evenings. A full description of each group is on the relevant training page, however as a rough guide the Marathon group and Endurance groups are aimed at those that are capable of running 7-9 miles and would run 10km races 42mins or quicker. The Intermediates group run around 7 miles on a Tuesday and is aimed at those runners who would run 10k in 42-50mins. The Improvers group tends to run shorter distances and at a steadier pace.

The Improvers group host social runs on a Thursday night, to which any runner is welcome.

4 Schedules are available here:

for any queries regarding any road running activities then please contact the road running secretary, Andrew Wasdell.  Andrew.wasdell@btopenworld.com / 07870 642768

Road races take place throughout the year, catering mainly for senior and veteran, men and women. Marshall MKAC athletes attend events in this area and teams are entered in many races and relay events. The Club has a large section of veteran athletes (Women over 35 and Men over 40) of all abilities. The Club organises three major road races each year:

  • The Wolverton Five Mile Road Race is held round Willen Lake on the last Saturday in November. The race attracts a high-quality field of over four hundred runners. The course records are held by international athletes Justin Hobbs (23.01) and Alison Wyeth (26.21). This event is free for paid-up members.
  • The Milton Keynes 10km Road Race is held at the Open University in late June/early July. This race is the last event in the East Midlands Grand Prix, which consists of a series of eight mid-week road races in May, June and July. Over 480 athletes entered the race in 2015. This event is free for paid-up members.
  • The Milton Keynes Half Marathon/20 mile/10km/ 5km Fun Run. This race is organised by the Club and MK Events Ltd. The 2017 race is on Sunday 12 March.
  • The Brian Graves Tour of Milton Keynes is a 6 race in 6 day event that originally started in 1982 as a club only event but has now become a fixture for all local running club. MMKAC members get a significant discount off the entry fee.