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Side Note: Upbeat music plays.

Logo: J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge.

Text on screen: Hashtag Remix The Run.

On screen: Kevin Hart speaks from his sunny front lawn.

Text on screen: Kevin Hart, Actor, Comedian, and Producer.

Kevin Hart: Listen up! Kevin Hart here, and I just want to give a huge congrats to all you that have participated in the J.P. Morgan Corporate Virtual Challenge.

On screen: A short montage shows people doing warm-up exercises inside and outside of their homes. Then, a succession of video clips show different Corporate Challenge 2020 participants introducing themselves.

Text on screen: Leslie Gillin, Chief Marketing Officer, J.P. Morgan Chase.

Leslie: My name’s Leslie Gillin.

Text on screen: Facundo Gomez Minujin, Argentina Senior Country Officer, J.P. Morgan.

Facundo: I am Facundo Gomez Minujin.

Text on screen: Edmund Lee, Singapore Senior Country Officer, J.P. Morgan.

Edmund: I’m Edmund Lee.

Text on screen: Shahrokh Moinian, Head of Wholesale Payments EMEA, J.P. Morgan.

Shahrokh:: This is Shahrokh Moinian.

On screen: Edmund speaks while wearing a T-shirt reading "Finisher 2020."

Edmund: Congratulations on participating in our first ever J.P. Morgan Challenge Virtual.

On screen: A montage shows selfies of smiling Corporate Challenge 2020 participants. Then, Leslie speaks from a grassy park.

Leslie: 2020’s been a really unique year.

Text on screen: Hashtag Remix The Run.

On screen: A video clip shows Kevin Hart speaking from inside his home.

Kevin Hart: It’s time to join the J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge Virtual, and remix the run! It’s go time!

On screen: A global map shows "in-progress" and "completed" runs in: North America, South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, and Australia. Then, a close-up of Leslie.

Leslie (VO): What’s incredible about this event is that we were able to do it virtually.

Text on screen: 94 Countries Represented.

On screen: Another montage shows photos of Corporate Challenge 2020 participants: some with ear buds, some with face masks, some with their dogs, and some pushing baby carriages.

Edmund (VO): All locations around the world, many countries.

Text on screen: 3,343 companies participated.

Facundo (VO): As you ran, you made sure to share your stories with us.

Text on screen: 107,610 Registered Participants.

Facundo (VO): It was great to see your active team participation around the world. We had a fantastic time remixing the run in 2020, and we look forward to running with you again next year.

Text on screen: 381,621 Kilometers. 237.128 Miles. 9.5 times Around The Globe! 37:59 Average Finish Time.

On screen: Close-ups of each of the speakers in order.

Leslie: Thank you so much for participating in the J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge.

Edmund: Thank you.

Shahrokh: Thank you.

Facundo: Thank you.

Kevin Hart: We’ll see you in 2021.

Text on screen: Thank you to our global sponsors:

Logos: Nuun Hydration and Tidal.

Text on screen: J.P.Morgan Corporate Challenge (registered trademark).
On social media:

  • Facebook: at JPMorgan Corporate Challenge;
  • Twitter and Instagram: at JPMorgan;
  • hashtag JPMCC;
  • (and) hashtag Remix The Run.


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Event Details

In its 44th year, the J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge introduced an innovative virtual component. With our first ever-run tacking mobile app, J.P Morgan offered professionals from all industries and at every level a unique opportunity to connect, compete and have fun…. virtually! Check out our recap video above to see how we celebrated teamwork, camaraderie, and the Corporate Challenge community around the globe.

J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge

2021 Event information to come!

3.5 miles / 5.6 kilometers

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Participant Registration Opens:
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Registration Closes:
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#JPMCC #RemixTheRun

Team Captains

Every participating company must assign a Team Captain to create and manage their J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge Virtual company team. The Team Captain will be the main point of contact for their company's participation and will help to ensure a seamless experience for their colleagues.

2021 Team Captain information to come!


Virtual Event Results

No, the 2020 J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge Virtual event results do not count toward qualification for the 2021 J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge Championship.

No, the 2020 J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge Virtual does not offer awards, but individual and team results will appear on the Event Leaderboard.

For a complete list of Virtual Event rules and scoring information click HERE.

Race results can be found on the Event Leaderboard.

The Leaderboard will automatically create teams of four that will include the Top 40 male and the Top 40 female runners from each company to form the top 10 fastest male and 10 fastest female teams. The 20 fastest men and 20 fastest women will be selected to form the 10 fastest Mixed teams.

Finisher Shirts

Finisher shirts will be available to order by Team Captains on a first come, first served basis in order of individual participant registration, while supplies last. Finisher shirts are not guaranteed for all race participants. The following delivery conditions must be met to receive a finisher shirt while supplies last:

  • Team Captains must opt-in to receive finisher shirts during the Virtual Event registration period.
  • The ship-to delivery address must be located within the country or identified geographic region identified on the race participant's submitted registration form for the specified Virtual Event.

If your original selection is no longer available, a replacement in the next available size will be substituted until all shirts are distributed.

During the Virtual Event registration period, Team Captains determine how their team's eligible finisher shirts will be distributed. Each Team Captain will have the option to elect that finisher shirts be shipped to either: (a) one (1) office location, with the process for subsequent delivery/distribution to eligible race participants determined by the Team Captain, (b) directly to individual race participants at the mailing address identified on their submitted registration form (with a shipping fee paid for by the Team Captain) or (c) opt-out of receiving finisher shirts; in which case such election shall apply to all participants on the team.

If your Team Captain has elected to receive finisher shirts, please allow 30 days for shipping after the 2020 J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge Virtual Event has concluded. JPMorgan Chase is not responsible for and will not replace any finisher shirt lost during transit. We will not be able to provide individual tracking or shipment status information for finisher shirt delivery.

Each participant is eligible for one (1) finisher shirt, while supplies last.

The finisher shirts silhouettes are women’s short sleeve technical v-neck and men’s short-sleeve technical crew neck.

Women's XS S M L XL XXL
  Neck (Seam to Seam) 17cm 18cm 18.5cm 19cm 19.7cm 20.3cm
  Chest 43cm 46cm 48.2cm 50.8cm 54cm 56cm
  Body Length 64.8cm 66cm 67.3cm 68.6cm 69.8cm 71cm
  Neck (Seam to Seam) 17cm 18cm 18.5cm 19cm 19.7cm 20.3cm
  Chest 46.9cm 50.8cm 54.6cm 58.4cm 62.3cm 66cm
  Body Length 66cm 68.6cm 71cm 73.7cm 76cm 78.7cm

No, we are unable to accommodate exchanges.

No, finisher shirts will not be available for sale.

No, shipping is available to residential or business addresses only.

Shipping information is collected during the Virtual Event registration period and cannot be modified after October 1, 2020. Prior to October 1, 2020, Team Captains may update single shipment delivery addresses (one per team) via their Team Captain’s dashboard. If a team has elected to ship finisher shirts directly to eligible race participants, and if a team member would like to update their individual ship-to delivery address, provided that the request is submitted prior to October 1, 2020, the race participant may email the applicable Virtual Event’s customer service team to accommodate that change, if possible.

Rules & Safety

The following terms and conditions (the "Rules of Competition for Virtual Races") apply to the 2020 J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge Virtual Race Series (the “Virtual Series”) which is affiliated with the global, in-person.

J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge Road Race Series (the "In-Person Series", and together with the Virtual Series, the “Series”). Each race in the Virtual Series is called a “Virtual Race”, each race in the In-Person Series is called an “In-Person Race”, and collectively, all races in the Series are called “Races”).

2021 Rules & Safety information to come!

  1. Company and employee eligibility determinations shall be made exclusively by JPMorgan Chase (the “Series Owner”) and/or its authorized representative Executive Race Committee (the “ERC”).
  2. All participant and team eligibility decisions are final. Upon request, ERC or the Series Owner may request supplemental materials to support a participant’s eligibility to participate in a Virtual Race.
  1. The Virtual Series is open to all companies in all industries that have an interest in advancing workplace camaraderie.
  2. Companies who register teams for any Virtual Race in the Virtual Series must have a facility or office on the continent in which the Virtual Race is held.
  1. Participants must be employees and at least 18 years of age on the first day of the Virtual Race.
  1. To participate in a Virtual Race, a participant must (a) register for their company team online using the Virtual Series’ registration system accessible on the Virtual Series' website found at ("Series Website"); and (b) install and utilize the official Virtual Series' mobile application called J.P. Morgan Corp. Challenge (the "Series Mobile App") to record the participant's Race statistics (including, without limitation, geotracking information, date, pace, GPS data, elevation, and race time) in accordance with the J.P. Morgan Privacy Policy specified in the registrant's entry form and the Series Mobile App.
  2. By registering for a Virtual Race, participants represent and warrant that: (a) they are medically fit to run; and (b) they fulfill the previously-listed employment requirements.
  3. Participants do not need to be registered for an In-Person Race to participate in a Virtual Race.
  4. The Series Owner or ERC reserves the right to limit the number of participant entries before the published Virtual Race registration closing date.
  5. The Series Owner and ERC reserve the right to change the start and finish date of a Virtual Race without liability to the participant. In such circumstances, the Series Owner or ERC will use reasonable efforts to notify the participant of any change to or cancellation of the applicable Virtual Race. In the event of a cancellation, postponement or delayed Virtual Race, entry fees (if any) shall be deemed non-refundable and non-transferable.

See Safety Bulletin Below.

  1. To receive an official score for a Virtual Race, a participant must: (a) log into the Series Mobile App using their assigned unique registration ID number and date of birth, (b) use the Series Mobile App to track and record their performance data (including distance, pace, location, elevation, and total cumulative time); and (c) complete a course of 3.5 miles or 5.6327km during the applicable Virtual Race's advertised racing period (as set forth within the Series Mobile App or as posted on the Series Website) within 2 hours of starting the event in the Series Mobile App or their submitted time will not be included in the overall Virtual Race leaderboard on the Series website.
  2. For safety and scoring reasons, roller skates, skateboards, rollerblades, roller skis, and bicycles are strictly prohibited.
  3. A participant's Race results are calculated by the time elapsed between the start time and end time of the participant's timed run rounded up to the nearest whole second.
  4. A participant’s results will appear on the Series Website after completing the run. Individual results for all Virtual Races will appear on the Virtual Race’s leaderboard on the Series Website.
  5. Participants can complete the Virtual Race as many times as they’d like during the Virtual Race’s scoring period. The fastest time for each participant will be used to calculate the participant’s results and appear on the Virtual Race’s leaderboard on the Series Website.

In addition to the Scoring Rules above, the following apply to teams participating in a Virtual Race:

  1. Team results are calculated automatically by the Series’ Mobile App on the combined time of four (4) team members when individual racing results are collected by the Mobile Series App during the Virtual Race’s scoring period. The first four (4) men or women to finish and submit their results for the Virtual Race from a company are placed on the first Men’s or Women’s team. If any of the subsequent finishing times from company employees are faster than one (1) of the first four (4) submitted times, the faster employee will be placed on the first team and the slower time will be moved to the second company team. At the conclusion of the Virtual Race scoring period, the fastest four (4) employees of each gender will represent the company’s fastest men’s and women’s team and the two (2) fastest men and two (2) fastest women will form the company’s fastest mixed team.
  2. For purposes of team’s scores, an employee can appear on a total of two teams for their company (e.g. on either a men’s or women’s team and a mixed team).
  3. A company may form up to 10 of each team type; however, each team requires four (4) men for a men’s team, four (4) women for a women’s team, or two (2) men and two women (2) for a mixed team. Participants not appearing in the team results will appear on the Virtual Race’s Individual results leaderboard on the Series website.
  1. The “Cumulative Total Distance Run” for all participations and the “Average Best Finish Times” for each company will appear on the Virtual Race’s leaderboard on the Series Website.
  2. Every mile/km submitted through the Series Mobile App counts towards the combined total distance run by the employees for a company.
  3. A company’s size classification is based on the number of registered participants for the applicable Virtual Race not the total number of participants registered for the Series.
  • 4-9
  • 10-24
  • 25-49
  • 50-99
  • 100-249
  • 250-499
  • 500+

These Rules of Competition for Virtual Races and any other rules are subject to interpretation by the Series Owner and the ERC. All decisions of the ERC and the Series Owner are final.

By registering for any Virtual Race, the participant agrees to be bound by these Rules of Competition for Virtual Races. If a participant does not agree to the terms and conditions herein, the participant must not take part in the applicable Virtual Race or the Virtual Series. The Series Owner and the ERC reserve the right to change these Rules of Competition for Virtual Races from time to time in their sole discretion.

J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge Virtual Safety Bulletin

If you train regularly for at least a month before the J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge you should be fit enough to run a satisfying race. But all your hard work can be worthless if you don’t take care of yourself properly during the days just before the event.

Participants must follow all applicable local, state, and national requirements and regulations regarding mask safety, exercise and social distancing.  If you have any known symptoms of COVID-19 or have tested positive for COVID-19, you should seek medical advice before participating in the Series.

Heatstroke is the breakdown of the body’s ability to control its own temperature. It occurs most often in short races when unfit runners, enticed by the seemingly easy, short distance, run at a pace that is beyond their conditioning. But even world-class athletes have suffered heatstroke. The condition is deadly; victims of heatstroke—including young, fit people—suffer an 80 percent mortality rate.

Any one of the following conditions puts you at risk for heatstroke. If one or more of these risk factors applies to you, do not run in the heat (above 70° F/21° C). Review the list on the day you plan to participate in the Virtual Race; if you are at risk, do not race in the J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge Virtual event.

  • Alcohol intake within 24 hours
  • Dehydrated
  • History of heatstroke
  • Lack of recent, regular training
  • Lack of sleep
  • More than 20 percent overweight
  • Not acclimated to the heat. It takes three weeks to acclimate to an increase in temperature.
  • Recent immunizations
  • Sunburn or rash
  • Taking medications, either over-the-counter or prescription, especially those that decrease your ability to sweat, including:
    • Anti-diarrheal medications
    • Antihistamines
    • Atropine
    • Cold medications
    • Diuretics
    • Ephedrine, ephedra, ma huang
    • Scopolamine
    • Tranquilizers

The beginning stages of heatstroke are often marked by a throbbing headache, a general feeling of malaise or excessive warmth, confusion, difficulty concentrating, disorientation, clumsiness, stumbling, and excessive sweating or no sweating. The symptoms of heat exhaustion, a condition that can precede heatstroke, are extreme fatigue, nausea, vomiting, giddiness, muscular cramps, rapid breathing, and faintness.

If you or a teammate have any of these symptoms, stop running, get into a cool environment (shade, for example), and seek medical attention immediately.

If you have one of the above risk factors, don’t run in the heat (above 70° F/21° C). Even runners to whom none of the above risk factors apply should take the following precautions:

  • Don’t run during the hottest part of the day.
  • If you are not acclimated to the heat, reduce the length of your run and slow your pace by one minute per km until you’re acclimated to the heat. It takes three weeks to fully acclimate to a higher temperature and humidity.
  • Drink water throughout the day, before, during, and after runs and races.

If any of the conditions listed below apply to you, you should consult with your doctor about your plans to train and race.

  • Asthma
  • Coronary artery disease
  • Diabetes
  • Drug use
  • Epilepsy
  • Excessive stress at work or home
  • High blood pressure
  • High cholesterol
  • No previous running experience
  • Sedentary lifestyle
  • Smoking
  • Drink plenty of water before, during, and after the race. Do not drink alcohol.
  • Wear lightly colored and loosely fitting clothing.
  • Eat light, low fat meals on the day of the race and no later than 2 hours before race time.
  • If it is very hot, slow your pace and take walk breaks.
  • If you do not feel well, stop running and seek medical attention.


All not-for-profit organizations that were slated to be beneficiary partners in 2020 will receive their full donation.

Location Beneficiary
Boston Inspire Arts & Music
Buenos Aires Fundación Garrahan
Buffalo Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy
Chicago Chicago Cares
Dallas-Fort Worth Carry The Load
Frankfurt Stiftung Deutsche Sporthilfe
Johannesburg Laureus Sport for Good Foundation South Africa
London Alzheimer’s Research UK
New York City Central Park Conservancy
Philadelphia Fairmount Park Conservancy
Rochester Education Success
San Francisco Warriors Community Foundation
Shanghai YouChange
Singapore Handicaps Welfare Association
Sydney Indigenous Marathon Foundation


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