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But then he realized another was soon on the way, and five minutes later Anna arrived, weighing 6 pounds 13 ounces.

For sisters whose heartbeats meshed so perfectly, it's not surprising they're close.

Now the sisters live in Kasilof, Alaska, and work for two different dog kennels - Anna with Osmar's kennel and Kristy with another veteran dog sledder's.

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Anna finished in 43rd place with a time of 12 days, 2 hours, 16 minutes and 30 seconds while Kristy was 44th out of 66 entrants. Kristy has more experience than me and she's able to do better," Anna Berington, 28, said in a recent phone interview as she cut beef fat to feed to her dogs.

"We're friends more than competitors, but we're also competitive by nature.

Plus there are the costs of smaller races they compete in during the winter.

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.

Anna Berington (left) and Kristy Berington walk two of their dogs in Takotna, Alaska, during the Iditarod sled dog race in March 2012.

The Wisconsin natives are getting ready for this year’s race, which begins March 2.

In that shorter race, the Knik 200, Anna's feet turned gray halfway through the race, and though she could have dropped out, she wanted to finish. She's so inspirational to me to do that and still take care of her dogs," said Kristy, noting wryly that they can no longer share shoes because Anna's feet are now smaller.

"The reason she got frostbit, we were speculating, is she tore her leg open with a hook a week before.

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.

Growing up in northern Wisconsin, Anna and Kristy Berington underwent the perfect training for the world's premier sled dog race.

Last year they spent most of the race traveling together, leaving treats like peanut butter cups in the snow for the following twin to find.

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