• Bearded Paddler
  • Keystone Portage
  • Multi Paddlers
  • Masked Paddlers
  • Andre & Team
  • Kids Trophies
  • Kids Paddling
  • Dennis Wise
  • Female Paddler
  • Grissom
  • Randy
  • Andre & The Brothers
  • Hand off
  • Phil 2
  • Girls on Bridge
  • Gerry
  • Phil

Thank You Community Foundation of Acadiana

CFA is the fiscal sponsor of Tour du Teche.


Friday, November 14, 2014 CFA had the 2014 Leaders in Philanthropy Awards at the Cajun Dome exhibition center. Over 650 people attended to honor the people receiving the award from each Parish in Louisiana served by CFA.

 

The luncheon was opened with the Tour du Teche logo projected on screens in the auditorium. TDT was named as one of the top projects that CFA is affiliated with.


Congratulations to all recipients.

 

http://www.cfacadiana.org

 

Top of the Teche Date Moved

Top of the Teche 2015 has been moved from April 4th to April 18th due to the Easter Holiday.

Tour du Teche in Men's Journal

Congratulations,


Men's Journal has chosen your event to be featured in our 2015 Adventure Race Calendar. Our researchers scoured thousands of races and events from across the globe and narrowed our guide down to the essentials we want our readers to know about and enter.

 

Your event: http://www.mensjournal.com/adventure-races/tour-du-teche-20140924 

Adventure Race Calendar: http://www.mensjournal.com/adventure-races

Best,

Jessie Geoffray
MensJournal.com

 

Female paddlers get bonus

TDT board to announce class changes for 2015

 

Breaux Bridge – Female paddlers will get some extra love from Tour du Teche starting with next year's race.
The TDT Board of Directors has approved changes for Tour du Teche VI that include bonuses to the first boats powered solely by women to finish in each of four "pro" racing classes.
Tour du Teche pays each racer a fixed percentage of the pot made available by sponsor donations. Next year's prizes are set at 8 percent (per paddler) for first place, 4 percent for second and 2 percent for third.
First solo female or all-female boats to finish in each class receives a 2 percent bonus in addition to any prize money they may have won in overall competition.
"We have had some very competitive women in Tour du Teche over these past five years," said TDT Director Trey Snyder. "We've been searching for a way to show the love, and we think we have found it."
Class changes to be announced later will have the effect of doubling the percentage of cash payouts across the board.
Tour du Teche VI will be held Oct. 2-4, 2015. The annual paddle series includes a 135-mile, three-day staged race down the entire length of Bayou Teche from Port Barre to Berwick, plus several one-day races with additional starts or stops in Breaux Bridge, St. Martinville, New Iberia and Franklin.
Tour du Teche is a non-profit dedicated to promoting the low-impact recreational use, protection and appreciation of Bayou Teche.
Call Ken Grissom at (337) 394-6232 for more information. 

 

TOUR DU TECHE V – TDT Director Trey Snyder awards Denise D’Abundo of Baton Rouge $100 for her third-place finish in the solo double-blade class, racing against men. Under changes for 2015, she would have received $200 for third place, plus another $200 for being the first woman in that class. (Ken Grissom)

 

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