'I can run faster' says Guernsey 100m hurdler Kylie Robilliard

Kylie Robilliard

Guernsey 100m hurdler Kylie Robilliard says she can run faster after breaking the Channel Island record.

The 26-year-old to lower the mark she had previously set in 2008.

"I definitely can run faster," she told BBC Radio Guernsey as she prepares to represent the island at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

"I've got two more races before the Commonwealths so I'm coming into form in time for the Commonwealths."

Robilliard, who is now based in Loughborough, just missed out on a place in the final of the 100m hurdles at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi, finishing as the fastest semi-finalist not to make it into the top eight.

"The race was remarkably easy, it was almost effortless when I was running," she added.

"I wanted to stay patient in preparation for the Commonwealths, I knew that I wasn't going to be peaking until around this time.

"I knew I could run these times and because it felt so effortless I really want to get down some more solid times."