Runners start the sold-out 2015 J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge in Singapore.
Register now for 13th running
in Singapore; capacity crowd likely
SINGAPORE, February 16, 2016 — Online registration for the 13th running of the J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge® in Singapore is now available.
A capacity crowd is expected for the 5:30 p.m. race start on Thursday, 28 April. The 5.6-kilometer race will have its traditional starting line on the Esplanade Bridge and finish at the F-1 Pit Building, with expanded post-race hospitality available. Last year's sold-out crowd numbered 14,263 runners and walkers from 298 companies.
Registration is SGD 70.00 per entrant. Your company may enter a minimum of four employees, and there is no maximum. However, do act fast as registration will close when capacity is reached or Friday, 25 March, whichever occurs first.
Shirley Zhang of Heidrick & Struggles and Stuart Haynes of Morgan Stanley captured individual titles in 2015.
The J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge is an all-inclusive event open to racers, joggers and walkers from all range of businesses. You may be interested to know that the fittest industries in the past three Corporate Challenge events have been 1) Legal, 2) Government agencies; 3) Advertising and PR; 4) Transportation/Railroad; and 5) Aerospace.
The 10 largest participating 2015 companies in terms of entrants were: StarHub (639 entrants), Deloitte & Touche (500), PwC (500), ANZ (400), SAP (300), DBS Bank (262), Visa (255), BNP Paribas (200), Barclays (198), and SATS (180).
Morgan Stanley (men), ANZ (women) and Bloomberg (mixed) were the first-place teams in last year's race and earned invitations to the 2016 J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge Championship on June 1 in New York's Central Park. Individual men's and women's champs were Stuart Haynes of Morgan Stanley and Shirley Zhang of Heidrick & Struggles in 17:59 and 22:15 respectively.
Get in touch with our registration team at Singapore@jpmorganchasecc.com or + 65 6248 5499 for further information.
Singapore is the second event in the 2016 J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge Series, which will be marking its 40th consecutive year of operation.