More than 10,000 runners, joggers, and walkers laced up their sneakers for the 3 1/2 mile J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge at RIT Thursday evening.
A record 460 companies, including representatives from Time Warner Cable and Time Warner Cable News participated.
Mike Heymann, of Fleet Feet Sports, had the second fastest time in challenge history finishing at 16 minutes and 53 seconds.
Morgan Burrows, of Corning, won her second consecutive Corporate challenge women's title. She finished at 19 minutes and 53 seconds.
The event raises money for local charities. This year's beneficiary is Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection. It helps students who are at risk of dropping out of school.
The J.P Morgan Corporate Challenge series promotes health and camaraderie in the workplace. This year challenges are being held in 13 cities in seven countries.