The 36th Brian Graves Tour of Milton Keynes took place Sunday 2 September to Friday 7 September 2018

This year we again presented THREE awards just for Redway Runner members on the last evening at the presentations

You will need to be a paid Redway Runner member and have ‘Redway Runners’ registered as your club in the entry list.

The awards are for:

  • Fastest Redway Runner male completing all six events went to: Chris Mahoney
  • Fastest Redway Runner lady completing all six events went to Sarah Bird
  • Most improved Redway Runners in all six events (you will need to have been a Redway Runner last year and this year and completed all six events each year) went to Katie Grayson

You will keep the awards for one year and then it will go on to next years winner

Also well done to Redway Runners Will Shippin and Sarah Bird who both came third (male and lady) overall

Big thank you to Milton Keynes Athletic club for organisuing another great tour, especially Andy Tour Manager, Results base, all the marshalls and people who have been out taking photos and especially all who took part on one or all nights

Full results at:

Message from Andy W, who is the Tour manager ‘Hi Redway Runners,
can I say a huge thank you to everyone that came along and supported the 2018 Tour of Milton Keynes.
Everyone looked as though they were having fun, despite the fact that you were running hard for 6 days!
Redway Runners has supported this event for the last few years, and your involvement adds an extra level of fun, sociability and competition to the event.
I hope that you will all be back next year, and can bring along a few more from the club.
Thanks again,’
Andrew, on behalf of all at MMKAC

Tour of Milton Keynes – Day 1

Sunday saw the first race of the 36th Brian Graves Tour of Milton Keynes with the 11K race from Bottledump roundabout

Tour of Milton Keynes – Day 2

Monday was day 2 of the Tour of Milton Keynes and this meant it was the approx. 5-mile Cross Country at Potterspury, this is an ‘interesting’ course with some soft bits to suck in the shoe, a river to cross, three times and the field on the hill had been freshly ploughed to make it an interesting climb.

Tour of Milton Keynes – Day 3

Tuesday was day 3 of the Tour of Milton Keynes and that meant the track mile at Stantonbury, with 6 races for the tourist and one guest race.

Tour of Milton Keynes – Day 4

36.4, so Wednesday evening on the Tour of Milton Keynes was the 4.5 mile Campbell Parkrun with twice down Campbell park hill, therefore twice up again. Some fantastic running and looks like 29 Redway Runners took part.

Tour of Milton Keynes – Day 5

36.5, so Thursday was the 5th of the 6 races and it was a two mile race in Brickhill woods with lots of short sharp hills both up and down, on soft sandy surface all in drizzly conditions

Tour of Milton Keynes – Day 6

36.6, The last day of the Tour of MK saw the 6.5 mile race from Woughton, along the river round Willen lakes and back along the river. Looks like 28 Redway Runners took part

Most improved Redway Runners result