It’s a milestone year for the J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge in Singapore.  A crowd of more than 14,000 is expected to gather for the 15th annual celebration of corporate fitness and camaraderie.  Register now for the Thursday, 26 April event.

Online registration for the 15th 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, 26 April.  The 5.6-kilometer race start in front of the National Gallery Singapore at 1 St. Andrews Road and finish at the F-1 Pit Building at 1 Republic Boulevard, with post-race hospitality available.  Last year’s crowd numbered 14,301 runners and walkers from 324 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 when capacity is reached or Friday, 30 March, whichever occurs first.

The J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge is an all-inclusive event open to racers, joggers and walkers from all range of businesses. 

The 10 largest participating 2017 companies in terms of entrants were: StarHub (552 entrants), Deloitte & Touche (504), SAP (320), AON (300), BNP Paribas (272), Visa (250), Cisco Systems (216), ABN AMRO (196), Standard Chartered (166), and AIG (154).

J.P. Morgan owns and operates the Corporate Challenge and its employees also have a significant race-night presence.  A total of 1,143 Singapore employees entered in 2017.

UBS (men) and the Singapore Prison Service (women and mixed) were the first-place teams in last year’s race and have earned invitations to the 2018 J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge Championship.  Individual men’s and women’s champs were Fraser Thompson of AlphaBeta and Jasmine Teo of Bloomberg, respectively.  Both are first-time Corporate Challenge champions in Singapore.

Get in touch with our registration team at or + 65 6248 5499 for further information.

Singapore is the second event in the 2018 J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge Series, which is marking its 42nd consecutive year of operation.