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Hockey Sisters Compete at Olympics for 2 Countries

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Sisters Hannah and Marissa Brandt are competing for 2 different countries at the 2018 Winter Olympics. The hockey-playing sisters are representing the United States and South Korea. Although Marissa is South Korean by birth, the Brandts adopting her at 4-months old. Hannah and Mariss are only 11-months part, so they've been sisters for as long as they can remember. And growing up in Minnesota, they did everything together, from ballet and gymnastics, to ice skating and hockey. They've been playing organized hockey since high school, and both young ladies continued to play into college.

Added on the 12/02/2018 17:01:27 - Copyright : Wochit

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