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But Anna's dog team thought Kristy's command to pick up the pace was for them and they sprinted down the hill.

As the more experienced Iditarod competitor, Kristy admitted she sometimes worried about her twin, especially since Anna lost small parts of her big toes to frostbite during a shorter race.

"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.

"The races allow you to explore places you've never been." Each had completed 2,000 miles of shorter races before competing in the Iditarod.

Neither twin has enough money to operate her own kennel, but like many people starting out in the sport, they work for other dog sledders, training and caring for dogs while either renting dogs for races or using dogs to race as part of their salary.

They spend much of the spring, summer and fall working construction and commercial fishing jobs to save up enough money to support their dog sledding careers. Competing in the Iditarod cost the twins more than ,000 each last year including the ,000 entrance fee as well as gear, food and transportation.

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.

It costs a lot to run a kennel, and each Iditarod-caliber dog can cost as much as

It costs a lot to run a kennel, and each Iditarod-caliber dog can cost as much as $1,000 a year for food, veterinary bills and training.

So it's not surprising that sisters who often finish each other's sentences also have similar dog team command styles.

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.

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.

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It costs a lot to run a kennel, and each Iditarod-caliber dog can cost as much as $1,000 a year for food, veterinary bills and training.So it's not surprising that sisters who often finish each other's sentences also have similar dog team command styles.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.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.

,000 a year for food, veterinary bills and training.So it's not surprising that sisters who often finish each other's sentences also have similar dog team command styles.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.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.

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