The name MABAC dates from 1977 when the League was first set up. The prime mover was Alan Blatchford, who died in September 1980. He organized a running group at the British Airways Corporation works in Weybridge (now British Aerospace). Ralph Henley brought in runners from Matthew Arnold School, Ashford. Hence MA-BAC.

MABAC arranges a series of races throughout the year, particularly aimed at the fun runner. Most are cross-country events held on Sunday mornings in some beautiful parts of the Surrey countryside, and are very popular with club members and guests. As well as the senior race of just over 8 km (5 miles) there are also joggers’ and junior events of about 4 km (2.5 miles). Afterwards, runners have been known to find a local pub.

Other events are also held, including two popular open Races

Cranleigh 15/21  – Pre london Marathon training

Surrey Slog Half Marathon – (Holmbury hill half Marathon) 

MABAC League Clubs

BVRBlackwater Valley Runners
CRCranleigh Runners
DMVDorking and Mole Valley Athletic Club
EOEpsom Oddballs
MAGICMatthew Arnold Gym Instruction Club
PPPyrford Puffers
RPACReigate Priory Athletic Club
RRRunnymede Runners
WHWaverley Harriers
WWWimbledon Windmilers
All Race Numbers are Supplied by Fitstuff

All First aid supplied by Collingwood Services

Officers of Mabac

Note that, as from 2011 AGM the Chairman, Secretary and Treasurer may serve a maximum of five years UPDATED 09/01/2018

Chairman:John Hogg Elected Nov 2017
Secretary:Ken SaundersElected Nov 2017 
Treasurer:Ollie GarrodElected Dec 2016
Results Secretary:Jenny Bell (photo) 
Pairs Relay Secretary Ken Saunders  
Cranleigh 15/21 Race Organiser and SecretaryBrian & Hazel VineCo-opted 
CommitteeJohn HoggBlackwater Valley Runners
  Brian Vine Cranleigh Runners
 Patrick MartinDorking & Mole Valley
 Mick & Jenny ChildsEpsom Oddballs
 Ken SaundersTeam Magic
 Christopher NashPyrford Puffers
 Claire Humphrey & 
Andrew Bamford
Reigate Priory
 Keith BattenRunnymede Runners
 Colin HarrisWimbledon Windmilers

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