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Twins Nadiya, left, and Natalie Anderson face a “speed bump” in the two-hour finale. They finished fourth.
Twins Nadiya, left, and Natalie Anderson face a “speed bump” in the two-hour finale. They finished fourth.
Posted: Tuesday December 11, 2012, 11:22 AM
Lessons Learned: Edgewater twins have no regrets about 'Amazing Race' loss
By VIRGINIA ROHAN of The Record

Twins Nadiya and Natalie Anderson did not win "The Amazing Race" — the gay partners known as the Beekman Boys did — but the 26-year-old sisters, who live together in Edgewater, did make it to the final four in Sunday night's finale. And they learned some life lessons.

"My favorite part of doing the show was definitely learning about me and Natalie and seeing that if we put our minds together and we focus sometimes, we can really get the job done," Nadiya said Monday afternoon. "Part of that was learning our weaknesses and where we need to sometimes focus a little bit more instead of playing around a lot. That's where me and Natalie always struggle."

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