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J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge
  • March 16th, 2009

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Registration is now open for the sixth annual J.P.Morgan Corporate Challenge® in Singapore, an event that has quickly established itself as one of the most popular on the local sports and business calendars.

Registration is available exclusively online for the 5.6-kilometre team road race that will be held on Thursday, April 16, 2009 with a 6:00pm race start at F1 Pit Building.

In 2008, the Corporate Challenge saw a record number of 12,748 runners and walkers from 351 companies participating in one of the biggest corporate sporting events in Singapore. This year’s capacity is also expected to fill up quickly as well, so start assembling your team now!

The entry fee for the 2009 J.P.Morgan Corporate Challenge in Singapore is $50SGD per entrant. All entries must be part of a corporate team, with each team needing to register a minimum of four employees. There is no limit to the number of employees that can be on a company team, but due to capacity restrictions, large teams should complete their registration early.

Event Details

Date: Thursday, 16 April 2009

Time: 6.00 pm flag-off

Location: F1 Pit Building (Singapore)

Distance: 5.6km (3.5 mile)

If you require assistance registering your teams or have any questions, please


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