A sold-out crowd of 10,849 entrants from 371 companies turned out for the 33rd running of the J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge in San Francisco. The 3.5-mile race served as a benefit and awareness builder for the Warriors Community Foundation.
The J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge, scheduled for September 7 at McCovey Cove, will benefit the Warriors Community Foundation, which supports organizations and programs that help children live, learn and play.
The 27th running of the J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge moved to Downtown Rochester and received very positive reviews. The front-page headline in the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle described it perfectly in all caps – CORPORATE CHALLENGE A CITY SUCCESS.
A two-night capacity crowd of 28,674 entrants from 733 companies visited Battersea Park for the 31st running of the J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge in London. J.P. Morgan donated to Cancer Research UK in honor of the participants, and King Street’s Stephanie Davis impressed with her third consecutive women’s title.
Summer arrived early in Buffalo for the 37th running of the J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge, and first-time individual winners Jacquie Huben and Ridge Robinson took advantage of the ideal conditions. A near-record crowd helped benefit the Buffalo Public Schools.
The J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge Championship made its first visit to Frankfurt, Germany and the United States came up big. For the first time in Championship history, the red, white and blue earned all three team titles and the women’s individual crown. Frankfurt had the first two men’s individual finishers and served as a memorable host.
The Frankfurt celebration of teamwork and corporate fitness is not only the largest event in the J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge Series, but generally one of biggest in the world. Nico Sonnenberg and Tinka Uphoff were the swiftest in a gathering of 63,766, all running to benefit young, handicapped German athletes.
The world’s largest independent funder into cancer research, Cancer Research UK will serve as the beneficiary of the 31st J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge in Battersea Park. J.P. Morgan will donate in celebration of the event to help the registered charity meet its goal of having three in four people survive cancer by 2034.
The J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge has become one of the most coveted after-work events in Boston. This year’s race sold out for the 23rd consecutive year with 9,000 runners from 361 companies, and J.P. Morgan commemorated their efforts by donating to the Every Child Fund at Boston Children’s Hospital.
The rain fell from start-to-finish at the 35th running of the J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge in Syracuse, but that hardly dampened the spirits of a near-record crowd of 8,244 runners and walkers. Their efforts benefitted the Huntington Family Centers.
The 34th running of the J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge in Boston will serve as a benefit for the Every Child Fund at Boston Children’s Hospital. A sold-out crowd of 9,000 runners from 361 companies will participate.
For the third consecutive race, the men’s and women’s winners at the J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge were from the same company – in this case PwC. That was one of the highlights of a gorgeous night of racing, team-building and camaraderie in New York’s Central Park.
Huntington Family Centers will be centerstage at the 35th running of the J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge in Syracuse on Tuesday, June 6. J.P. Morgan will donate to the not-for-profit organization that provides year-round programming in Youth, Family and Adult Services.
As the J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge nears the actual 40th Anniversary date of its first running in Central Park, long-time participants take a moment to reflect on why the event is so meaningful within their companies. And on the race course in the first night of 2017 New York racing, a pair of runners from Gerson Lehrman Group showed their excellence.
While Syracuse is the smallest market in the J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge Series, it is a powerhouse event. Locally-owned companies like Haylor, Freyer & Coon provide a spirit of teamwork and camaraderie that makes the event a true Central New York celebration.
Over 600 terrific company captains registered the largest single-night J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge ever held in the United States; a total of 27,175 total entrants. The fastest from the throng were Brandon Mull of TransMarket Group and Chirine Njeim of Livongo Health.
Singapore Prison Service earned the women’s and mixed team titles, while UBS had the fastest men’s team at the sold-out 2017 J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge in Singapore.
The 37th running of the J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge in Buffalo on Thursday, June 15 will serve as a benefit and awareness builder for the Community Schools programs of the Buffalo Public Schools.
The 14th annual J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge in Singapore featured a new, historic starting line, a capacity crowd, and a famous Olympian running alongside the beneficiary.
Sibanye Gold made history and Standard Bank won its first team title in 10 years, highlighting the official team results at the 2017 J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge in Johannesburg.
In just over two weeks, the 14th annual J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge Singapore will take place on Thursday, 27 April 2017.
Africa is considered by anthropologists the oldest inhabited continent on Earth, so it's logical that Johannesburg, South Africa annually serves as the first stop on the world's largest corporate road racing Series.
The running shorts were shorter, the socks were pulled up higher, t-shirts were tucked in, running shoes had waffle soles, and Disco was all the rage during the post-race party.
J.P. Morgan has announced that the 34th running of the Championship – the unofficial Olympics for the full-time work force – will be held in Frankfurt, Germany on Tuesday, June 13. The 3.5-mile (5.6km) road race will feature the first-place men’s, women’s and mixed teams from each of the 13 J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge Series cities – a total of 156 participants from 39 companies.
At the sweet age of 16, the Sydney J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge has never been stronger.
A persistent drizzle wasn’t going to put a damper on the sixth annual J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge in Shanghai. Businesses look forward to this unique event all year.
There was no stopping Chris Chavez of UBS Private Wealth Management in his championship defense.
Allow us to paraphrase a timely, newsworthy phrase and pair it with the J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge mission statement: On a beautiful summer evening by the River Thames, London Was Open for healthy competition, company teamwork and camaraderie.
It was the 30th running of the J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge in London, and Mother Nature decided to bring a little symmetry to the night.
With this being the 40th year of the J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge® Series, a lot of attention has been given to the original host, New York City. The first 3.5-mile team run was held there in Central Park on July 13, 1977.
This part of the world is soccer mad, what with Germany being the reigning men's World Cup champions and the European Championships in progress.
With nine major U.S. professional sports championships in the past 15 years, Boston knows sporting excellence. And the New England fans support the Patriots (four Super Bowl victories in that time frame), Red Sox (three World Series crowns), Celtics (one NBA title) and Bruins (one NHL Stanley Cup) with regular capacity crowds.
It was cooler than your typical J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge®, and the wind was creating whitecaps on nearby Onondaga Lake.
Forty years in the books. What will the next 40 bring?
Sibanye Gold, Corning and Strava are the healthiest (and fastest) companies in the world.
The J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge® is sure looking good at 40.
There is a new standard for United States participation at a J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge® event.
Morgan Burrows of Corning won her fourth consecutive Rochester J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge® women's individual title, highlighting a night of racing under idyllic conditions at Rochester Institute of Technology.
Every April since 2004, the most traffic you have ever seen gathers on the beautiful Esplanade Bridge in Singapore. This year it was a massive 14,202 people. But this wasn't some sort of after-work, bumper-to-bumper stress. This was a celebration of working in Singapore — the annual J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge®.
It's the 40th year of the J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge Series® — the healthiest and largest after-work employee event in the world. So it's appropriate that it would begin with a sell-out crowd.