Gabey Goh
Apr 29, 2016

14,000 take a break to run with J.P. Morgan in Singapore

The J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge Singapore returned for its 13th edition yesterday, with 14,202 employees from 337 companies taking a break from their desks for a few hours of fun and fitness. The 5.6-km race began on the Esplanade Bridge and finished adjacent to the F1 Pit Building at Marina Bay. There, a race village was set up for runners to mingle and network with other participants, further encouraging camaraderie among companies and colleagues.

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