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WATCH: MASON AND SHELDON AT ‘CHICKEN ROCK’ IN BALI.

More rock dodging fun from surfing's dynamic duo

Remember as a kid when you would play chicken? The idea being how close could you take an action to the point of peril without actually crashing or getting hurt. Like you and a friend riding bikes at one another at full speed and seeing who veers off first.     

Mason Ho and Sheldon Paishon have never stopped getting a kick out of chicken. Only they tend to play it with immovable rocks and chunks of reef. Here they travel halfway around the world to Bali to play their favourite game. Don’t try this one at home kids. 

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