The competition will be held at Lagos Rodrigo de Freitas in Rio de Janeiro from 12 to 17 August.
The venue itself is regarded as one of the most beautiful in the world. It has previously hosted the Pan-American Games and will host the Olympic and Paralympic flatwater events in 2016.
More than 2000 athletes will feature with the McGrath, Kennedy and Seipel looking to build on their success from the ICF Canoe sprint World Championships over the weekend.
The best way of following the event is through the official social media outlets:
Results will be published here when available.