A Karratha radio personality will tomorrow finish his challenge of running 5km every day for a year and is already looking forward to his next goal of raising money for children’s medical research. Triple M Karratha announcer Pablo Miller decided to start running on March 31 last year as a way of keeping fit during the coronavirus pandemic. “When COVID-19 hit and the gyms shut, I knew I needed something to keep me active but more importantly also clear my head with all the uncertainty going on,” he said. “So I started running and fell in love with it.” He said the daily routine was a great way to calm his mind and get fit. “I’m not a runner and if you had said last year I would have clocked up nearly 2000km, I’d have laughed you out of the room,” he said. He will begin his new challenge to raise $5000 for the Children’s Medical Research Institute by running 5km every day for another year. Mr Miller said his daughter, Charlotte, 4, was born with a rare genetic condition that meant many hospital check-ups and sleepless nights. “Thankfully after four years, her condition is on the minor side but there are plenty of kids who’s aren’t; I’m running for them and their parents,” he said.