In the past few years Bingham has been named Ontario University Athletics female track athlete of the year, collected gold medals at university athletics events across the country, represented Canada at the World University Games, and broken the national record for 4×100 relay at the IAAF worlds in Russia.
She was the only Canadian athlete to qualify for a 100m final at the 2014 Commonwealth Games and anchored the 4×100 relay team that won bronze in at the 2015 Pan Am Games in Toronto.
But for the York Lions sprinter, there’s always more to achieve. As Bingham says, “I want to be feared on the world stage.”
She’s looking ahead to the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro and the world beyond it. Khamica Bingham’s future is brimming with opportunity and she’s ready for it.