Part of the record field of 8,212 breaks from the starting line in Centennial Park last year. Registration is open for this year's race, scheduled for 11 November.
for 15th Sydney Corporate Challenge
SYDNEY, July 21, 2015 — Registration has opened for the 15th J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge® in Sydney.
The 5.6 kilometer team road race — which attracted a crowd of 8,212 entrants from 355 companies in 2014 — will begin at 6:30 p.m. on 11 November at Centennial Park. As with past years, a festive atmosphere for corporate gathering and hospitality will follow immediately in the park.
Legendary marathoner Rob de Castella helps start the 2014 race.
To begin your registration, create your password and review the captain tools before recruiting colleagues to register. Your next step will be to click on the Create Company Team link.
Detailed information about the event is available on the Event Details Page.
J.P. Morgan will make a donation on behalf of all entrants to Rob de Castella's Indigenous Marathon Project. More details on the donation will be provided prior to race night.
Corporate Challenge owner and operator J.P. Morgan, with 759 participants, and Scentre Group, with 212, had the largest number of entrants in 2014. Insurance Australia Group (177 entrants), Rabobank (146), General Electric (144), UBS (134), ANZ (127), Perpetual (123), TAL Life (115), and CBA Group (112) completed the Top 10. A total of 15 companies had 100 or more entrants.
The best of the best in 2014 were individual champions Martin Dent of the Department of Industry and Lucy Starrat from KPMG. Dent's winning time was a sizzling 16:09 with Starrat breaking the tape in 19:22. Team titles were the Dent-led Department of Industry (men), CBA Group (women) and Allianz (mixed). They qualified to participate in the 2015 J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge Championship, scheduled for September 9 in San Francisco.
Registration support is available at Sydney@jpmorganchasecc.com or 1300 619 409.
Members of Scentre Group gather for a photo. The team was one of the largest in the 2014 race with 212 members.