During last year's Iditarod, Kristy was ahead of her sister and as she neared the bottom of a hill she gave her dogs the command to move faster so the team would be clear of the hill when Anna and her team descended.
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The Wisconsin natives are getting ready for this year’s race, which begins March 2.
Anna Berington finished Alaska's grueling Iditarod sled dog race 43 seconds ahead of her sister, and that was fitting, because she's been five minutes behind her twin since birth.
Still, competing in the Iditarod is as much a part of testing themselves and their dogs as it is spending time in the breathtakingly beautiful Alaskan wilderness.
"It's not racing I'm really attracted to, it's just being out there with the dogs and being self-reliant and remote," Kristy Berington said in a separate phone interview.For sisters whose heartbeats meshed so perfectly, it's not surprising they're close.They both played basketball and volleyball at South Shore High School in Port Wing, joined the Wisconsin National Guard right out of high school and moved to California to live in a tent together and work at a sled dog touring business in Lake Tahoe while guiding tourists on horseback through the Sierra Nevada mountains in the summer."We're friends more than competitors, but we're also competitive by nature.I think Kristy expects to beat me, which is OK because she has a five-minute head start on me in life." They're racing in this year's Iditarod, which is scheduled to start March 2.While it's hard for many to tell the twins apart, even their dog teams have difficulty.