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Announcing the 2011 Profe... The MISS&GC has formally announced the 2011 Professional Division...
44th Annual Stone Skippin... In less than the 7 days the straits of Mackinac will be filled with skipping,...
Danish Tournament July 22... Danish stone skipping is alive and well according to Mads Vind Ludvigsen in...

MISS&GC Stone Skipping Hall of Fame – T...

Since the founding of the Mackinac Island Stone Skipping Hall of Fame (MISSHOF), the Tellefson Rock has been symbolic of the pinnacle of stone skipping. The base of the trophy is hand crafted from lumber harvested from a 35 foot white pine felled with a double-bit axe wielded by the great Commander E. M. Tellefson himself. The trophy is crowned with a rock excavated from the famed Point aux Pins on Mackinac Island Michigan....

CBS’s “A Stone’s Throw” no...

The City of Franklin is very excited and pleased for Bill Geist, producer Amy Rosner and their staff at CBS Sunday Morning.  They have been nominated for a News & Documentary Emmy Award for “A Stone’s Throw” taped at Franklin’s 2009 Rock In River Fest/PA Stone Skipping Championship.  Congratulations!!! The 2010 Stone Skipping Competition brought viewers and new contestants from all over the US and Canada. CBS Sunday...

Danish Tournament July 22, 2010 – Tisvildele...

Danish stone skipping is alive and well according to Mads Vind Ludvigsen in Copenhagen, Denmark.  Check out is ‘Danish’ report below. “What a fantastic site! Thank you so much for making it! I’m an artist from Denmark and I like to make social events, including stone skipping contests! I’ve arranged a contest on the 22nd of july, 2010, 8PM -at a beach called Tisvildeleje Strand. To my limited...

2010 Results

Winners: Another fantastic day of stone skipping had 567 1/2 in attendance to watch and participate in this years event.  World renowned Russ ‘Rock Bottom’ Byars who won the Pro division with an impressive skip of 30. Second place went to Todd ‘Mussels’ Callewaert with a 26 skip & rounding out 3rd was Glenn ‘Hard Luck’ Loy with a 22 skip. The open  was won by Max ‘Batman’...

2010 Photos Online

Mike Henderson our unofficial staff photographer has come through again with some great shots of the 2010 event.  There are over 200 shots of the amateurs, pros and the fans to enjoy in the gallery. Check them out here.  Thanks again Mike.

2010 Gerplunking Contest

Wow, what a year! 31 contestants competed in the Gerplunking Contest. The prize, as in years past, was a beautiful pendant necklace made of a stone with a natural hole worn through it found on Mackinac Island by our Gerplunking Judge, Doc Crain. The 2010 winner, with a fantastic score of 9.1, was Rachel “Rockslide” Greer from Grand Haven, Michigan. We had our youngest contestant ever—age 16 months—this year. Congratulations...

If you can’t have Lake Michigan, there’s always th...

The Piskie boys were sad to miss the annual stone skipping competition this year since they are 3,489 miles away in Holland, so they did the next best thing. Their papa found them a castle with a great moat just a short tram ride, a 45 minute train ride followed by a 3 mile hike away. William’s best skip this year was 6 and he was thrilled since he is 6. Henry’s best was a 3 but he claims it bounce 3 more times...

Stone Skipping 2010

The July 4th, 2010 tournament is nearly upon us.  The pros have been polishing their stones and alerting the media of their pending arrival.  The tournament falls on a Sunday this year so we expect a record turn out.  Everyone is welcome to participate in the Open tournament and the 13 and under tournament. Hope to see you on the beach.

Stone Skipping raises $1000 for Mackinac Island Ho...

The T-Shirt gals once again raised $1000.00 which was donated to the Mackinac Island Community Foundation earmarked for the island Hospice. Curtesy, Patti Smeelink

126 Stones+twenty men + 1 woman = fun-filled after...

126 stones, twenty men and one woman may not sound like a fun-filled family afternoon in some parts of the world, but in Franklin, PA it simply meant it was time for the annual state stone skipping tournament. Competitors from as far away as The Great White North, New York City, California, Kansas, and Michigan (including former World Record Holder John “Skippy” Kolar) assembled to take on local favorites: current and former...