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The North American Stone Skipping Association (NASSA) was created by Jerdon a.k.a. "Stone Dancer," the Guinness World Record holder for skipping stones from 1988 through 1996. NASSA formed in 1989 to organize and oversee stone-skipping contests and offer a structured group for participants of the sport. The site includes a photo album of video stills, a stone-skipping trivia page with facts such as in France, the sport is called "ricochet," and complete details on how to join the organization and go for the world record yourself. Be forewarned. The record held by the Webmaster is a whopping 38 skips on the Blanco River. A huge list of "cool sites" is available, but if you don't like swimming through random links, we suggest you skip it.

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