One Part Run
The J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge is the world’s largest corporate running event. Powered by fitness, friendly competition and fun, Company Teams of all speeds and abilities complete a 5.6-kilometre race while spending quality time together outside of work.
Join us for the 21st running of the J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge Sydney on Wednesday, 25 October, 2023!
One Part Party
After crossing the finish line, Company Teams have the opportunity to gather over food and beverages. Each event location offers a unique way to celebrate — from live entertainment to picnic areas. Hospitality packages are available for teams of all sizes.
Plan your team’s post-race celebration!
J.P. Morgan is proud to support the Indigenous Marathon Foundation (IMF) as the 2023 J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge Sydney beneficiary for the tenth consecutive year.
The IMF was founded by Australian marathon champion and Olympian Rob de Castella, after taking four Aboriginal men from no running to the NYC Marathon in 9 months in 2010. The transformative change that occurred in the participants and their families, prompted de Castella to establish the IMF as a not-for-profit charity that promotes health, and both showcases and celebrates Indigenous resilience, courage, and achievement. Since 2010, the IMF has taken well over 120 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men and women from no running to running an international marathon in just six months. IMF programs have had a tremendous impact and continue to work with hundreds of First Nations men and women of all ages across 40 communities throughout Australia.
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