OK, flippancy aside, unlike horses, where there is a technical difference between walking, trotting, cantering and galloping, in humans, there is no technical difference between jogging and running. With both, there is a part of each stride where both feet are airborne (unlike with walking, where at least one foot is always on the ground).
Common usage is that jogging is a slow run, but that's just language, and I don't think there is an agreed speed to differentiate the two.
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