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Berington Twins scratch in Unalakleet

Veteran Iditarod musher Anna Berington (bib #18) of Knik, Alaska, scratched at 10:25 a.m. today at the Unalakleet checkpoint. Veteran Iditarod musher Kristy Berington (bib #4) of Knik, Alaska, scratched at 10:25 a.m. today at the Unalakleet checkpoint.   The Berington sisters made the decision to scratch due to a death in the family and …

Berington’s On The Trail


The Berington Twins left Takotna and Jeff Deeter blew through

The dog yard continues to empty out. Anna waited for her twin sister Kristi to leave the checkpoint. We could hear her team barking up a storm a few hundred yards up the trail towards Ophir. Short before they took off, Jeff Deeter came and went with a nice looking team. He did not spend …

The Berington’s Together in Takotna

The Berington’s make it to Takotna

Berington’s Together on the Trail

The insider camera crew talked with the Berington twins camping on the trail Monday.

Anna Berington is Back

Anna Berington is back for the Last Great Race.  

Eye on the Trail: Berington Twins finish 16thand 17th

Seeing Double is exactly who they are – together Kristy and Anna Berington own/operate Seeing Double Sled Dog Racing.  With their finish this afternoon, Iditarod has 5 women who have finished in the top twenty mushers, actually top seventeen mushers. Kristy made the arch one-minute before Anna.  They completed their run from Willow to Nome …

Anna Berington Finishes

The Berington sisters made a notable finish, and are eager to figure out ways to improve next year.

Kristy Berington Reaches Nome

Kristy expresses gratitude for running the race with her sister, and they have expectations for next year.

Berington Twins Camp Out Before Rainy

The twins are optimistic on cutting out unnecessary pace. They are trying new timings this year to see if they can gain an advantage.