When it comes to sports, there are few stories quite as interesting as a sibling rivalry. Marissa and Hannah Brandt, the puck-slinging sister act from Minnesota, will be competing against each other in ice hockey during the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics. Hannah will be playing for the U.S. national team while Marissa, a Korean adoptee and the assistant team captain, will play for Korea. For one sister, it’s a heartwarming story of getting back in touch with her identity. “When I was growing up, I wanted nothing to do with being Korean. I just wanted to fit in here and look like my sister and not be Asian. I never was proud to say I was Korean,” said Marissa.