With titles and a spot in the record books on the line, athletes from over 55 nations travel to the Lee Valley White Water Centre to compete in the 2015 ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships, running September 15-21.

After securing two Olympic spots earlier this summer at the 2015 Pan American Games, Team USA looks to take home some hardware.

The competition kicks off with the C2 Men’s category, where Devin McEwan (Salisbury, CT) and Casey Eichfeld (Drums, PA) compete. The duo of Tyler Smith (Huntersville, NC) and Tad Dennis (Charlotte, NC) look to make some noise of their own in their first World Championships together. Brothers Kenneth Long (Eagle, ID) and Chad Long (Eagle, ID) will make their first start at this event since 1999.

In the K1 Women’s class, Dana Mann (Washington, DC) will make her first international start since giving birth to her first child earlier this year. After winning bronze at the Pan American Games, Ashley Nee (Darnestown, MD) hopes to find similar success racing here in London. The young Anna Ifarraguerri (McLean, VA) puts her skills to the test as she competes in her second career World Championships

With experience from the 2012 Olympic Games, two-time Olympian Casey Eichfeld will look to make his first C1 Men’s World Championship final. Zach “Bug” Lokken (Durango, CO) hopes to end his 2015 season with a top spot, and Tyler Hinton (Denver, CO) makes his World Championship debut.

Veteran Tracy Hines (Huntsville, AL) attempts to break through and qualify for her first semifinal of 2015 in the C1 Women’s category.

World Champion Michal Smolen (Gastonia, NC) looks to make waves in the K1 Men’s class. Boasting a five race semifinal streak, Richard Powell (Parkesburg, PA) plans to keep his streak alive and advance to his first final this season. Aaron Mann (Bethesda, MD) tries to post a solid result in his World Championship debut.

For updated results visit the International Canoe Federation official event website.