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Thursday 18 December 2014

Chace Crawford: I'm competitive

Chace Crawford
Chace Crawford

Chace Crawford is in it to win no matter what game he may be playing.

The Gossip Girl actor aims to become champion in all that he partakes in.

Commonplace activities are all great sports in Chace's mind.

"I like to cycle up the West Side Highway in New York, make it competitive," he told British newspaper The Independent. "Something people don't know about me is that I have a competitive bone in my body. Even if it's playing pool, darts, or something simple like that, board games or cards."

Chace will not allow foul play of any kind.

"I used to play football, and now play golf. Playing golf I don't get into real fights, but even with your friend you can kind of put it on hold and get serious, I've got into a couple of discrepancies on the golf course, we are playing for 20 bucks or something and something happens and there is a discrepancy, I'll stand my own about it, I want to win," he said.

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