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The U.S. may have the Hamm brothers, but Israel has the Alterman brothers. Like their American counterparts, these 24-year-old twins have their eyes on Olympic gold.
Ran and Dan Alterman are Israel's reigning triathlon champions. For the past four years, they have dominated the sport...