A suburban Detroit man has leaped past the world record for the most consecutive skips of a stone on water. Officails from the Guinness World Records committee certified Maxwell Steiner's achievement on Wednesday. The University of Nevada, Las Vegas student from Grosse Pointe Woods skipped a stone 65 times in August, surpassing the previous 51-skip record set in July 2007 by Russell Byers. To check out his "official" Guinness World Record page, click here.

And for the younger generation who may not know what 'skipping stones' means...here's some information for you courtesy of Wikipedia:

Stone skipping is a pastime which involves throwing a stone with a flattened surface across a lake or other body of water in such a way that it bounces off the surface of the water. The object of the game is to see how many times a stone can be made to bounce before sinking.