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NORTON, Mass. -- The question, at its roots, really was based on a compliment, backhanded as it might have been.It was asked of Paul Casey just minutes after hed completed a third consecutive 5-under 66 at the Deutsche Bank Championship that gave him a 3-stroke lead entering Mondays final round.This is the same Paul Casey who once was ranked as high as third in the entire world, the same player who owns 13 career victories on the European Tour, the same one who has cashed nearly $30 million in professional tournament earnings alone.Its also the same Casey who is making his 194th career PGA Tour start this week and somehow, someway, has only one career title on United States soil. Its true: While his résumé shows five career runner-up finishes on the PGA Tour, three third-place results and three dozen top-10s, his lone victory remains the 2009 Shell Houston Open.And so, with all of that information at our disposal, knowing what a talented player the 39-year-old Casey has been for so many years, the question really was rooted in a compliment.Why havent you won more over here?Rather than chafe at the insinuation or make excuses, Casey mowed down the question like so many putts he has rolled in on the TPC Boston greens this week.I think early in my career, admittedly, there was a couple of fairly good players that seemed to be dominating, he answered. Goodness knows how many wins Tiger [Woods] and Phil [Mickelson] and then theres others. Im sure Ernie [Els] thinks he could have about 10 majors if it wasnt for those two, as well. Theres lots of guys. What an era to play in. Im proud that I played in that period of time. Got to play with Tiger. I saw some amazing stuff and I hope that I see that again.Casey didnt stop there, though. He added that for much of his career, when he was playing PGA Tour events, it was against the best of the best.A lot of the time when I was playing in the U.S., I would only play 15 events and those were majors, World Golf events, Bay Hill, Memorial. Basically, everywhere Tiger was. It was tough. So there wasnt a lot of opportunity is what it felt like. You play some good golf, you get top-10s and just get blown out of the water by what feels like the greatest ever, which Im fine for that period.He didnt leave it there. With Woods on the shelf and those dominant players less dominant in recent years, he attempted to offer a rationale for what is now a seven-year winless streak.Recently, Ive got no excuse. Im almost looking like its a second chance, wherever that cutoff point is, say, a couple of years ago or something like that. Its now time to try and correct that statistic or double that number of wins, and then triple it, whatever it might be. I dont know the reason. I can give you the answer for the first part right now. The last two or three years, no excuse. But Ive been doing a lot of hard work so lets hope it pays off.The subject has taken on even more relevance this year, as Casey has controversially given up his European Tour membership to focus solely on playing the PGA Tour. That move has kept him from becoming eligible for the European Ryder Cup team, but it has allowed him the luxury of not having to travel back and forth across the Atlantic on a regular basis.Its a luxury that he felt was a necessity at this point in his life.Lifestyle is totally different, and thats something I cant emphasize enough, he said. Having said that, I still missed my little guys second birthday on Wednesday. Theres still things I miss. ... Theres still things were missing and it hurts, but its way better than it was, and so thats wonderful.On Monday, Casey will attempt to not only double that PGA Tour career victory total, but justify his decision to play in the U.S. full-time.That second win has been long elusive, and surprising that it hasnt come quicker.Casey doesnt have an excuse -- or even a reason -- for why he hasnt won in the past few years. Hes hoping, though, that after the final round, hell no longer need one. Cheap Shoes From China . They were putting most of their energy into a record-setting offensive display. Wholesale Shoes From China . Deulofeu injured a muscle in his right leg in Evertons 4-1 win over Fulham in the English Premier League on Saturday. Barcelona says that its team doctors will "co-ordinate" with Evertons medical staff as Deulofeu recovers. . After dropping their final six games of December, the Wild opened the new calendar year with four consecutive wins. Following a loss to Colorado on Saturday, Minnesota rebounded the following night to blank Nashville 4-0, but then had the tables turned on them Tuesday. China Wholesale Shoes . The 18-year-old American had five birdies in her bogey-free round for a 17-under total of 196. Lee held the overnight lead but mixed three birdies with two bogeys for a 70. Cheap Shoes Free Shipping . Goals from Jerome Boateng, Franck Ribery and Thomas Mueller extended Bayerns unbeaten run to a record 37 matches. "This record is incredible," Bayern coach Pep Guardiola said. NEW YORK -- Their given names are Amanda, Maria, Jessica and Brian Siemann, but the more attention they get and the closer they get to race day Sunday, the more theyre starting to be referred to as simply the New York Marathon Quadruplets. Their entry is believed to be a first for the five-borough race, which has set a lot of firsts and is often called New Yorks biggest block party, not just the worlds largest marathon.The Siemanns were born in Brooklyn, raised in Jersey, and sometimes admittedly lose sight themselves of how close-knit or extraordinary a story they are. They each arrived only a minute apart at birth and weighed only nine pounds combined, spent the first two months of their lives in a hospital neo-natal unit and have maintained an ineffable bond ever since.There must be some quad thing because weve gotten asked things in interviews, like whether we all answer questions at the same time, [and] we all say No in unison, Maria, second in the birth order, says with a laugh. So I guess that tells you something.From How to watch the NYC MarathonFrom 45 reasons we love the NYC MarathonStill, until Jessica entered a 10K road race with her sisters in Florida last November at their urging and Brian, a two-time Paralympic wheelchair racer, later asked her if she would consider trying to walk/run/jog with them in the New York Marathon, Jessica was the last of the 27-year-old siblings to try running at all, let alone dream of attempting the 26.2-mile marathon distance.By then, Amanda had already enlisted Maria to run the San Francisco and Chicago marathons with her -- It was a bucket list thing for me, Amanda says -- and Brian had an extraordinary record in racing. Hes the defending U.S. Paralympic champ in the 100 and 800 meters and competed in the 2012 London and 2016 Rio Games in addition to having raced in more than 25 marathons around the world.All of that could have been daunting to Jessica, except she almost immediately answered Brians text about New York by saying yes, she was in.Which has been another source of comedy for all of them.The Siemanns are believed to be the first quadruplets to compete together in the marathons 45-year history, according to New York Road Runners, the organization that stages the race. Nowadays the four of them are far-flung -- Amanda lives in Connecticut, Brian and Maria live near each other in Illinois and Jessica is in Pennsylvania -- so theyve leaned on each other throughout their past five months of training for tips and encouragement and needling about what to expect.Jessica says when she plugged a few bits of information into the racing app that she and her sisters have used to guide their training, the initial message that came back to her was: We dont suggest you run a marathon till December. She was half-amused, hhalf-terrified.dddddddddddd When asked for the biggest lie her siblings have told her about what the marathon experience will be like, Jessica deadpans, That the training would be fun.She pauses a beat.Ive told them, I hate you, like, every day since.Then they all break up laughing.Jessica predicts race day will be a sentimental journey for all of them. The hospital where they were born is the same place where their mother, Teresa, worked as a nurse in Park Slope, Brooklyn, and it sits just a few blocks from where the marathon course travels along Fourth Avenue. All of them played sports throughout their childhood and laughed Wednesday about how their mother would load them in the back of their Chevy Suburban that ended up with more than 350,000 miles on it from ferrying them and their older brother, John, to their various activities. They smile about how shed snap pictures of them curled up together in the back, sleeping off the ride home, or how she posed them for pictures as bald-headed little babies by leaning them against each other so they didnt topple over.Though they all played sports, it was Brian who became the star, Amanda says, after picking up wheelchair racing as a teenager. He suffered a spinal cord injury in the hospital a few days after they were born and was paralyzed from the waist down. But it wasnt until he went to Notre Dame High School in Lawrenceville, N.J., that he tried wheelchair racing as a freshman, at the suggestion of a coach. Not only did he enjoy it more than other sports he tried -- he was good at it. Then great at it.But a marathon -- a marathon is not just something you wake up and do, he says. So when a coach I later had suggested trying one to me, I said, Im not sure Im ready. He said, Ill make sure youre ready. My first marathon was Chicago, and I did well enough to qualify for Boston.He has never stopped racing them since, and says he cant wait for Maria, Amanda and Jessica to join him on Sunday. Amanda and Maria, veterans of past races, have assured Jessica that she can set the pace. They plan to run the whole race together. Jessica has told them she was already starting to feel the butterflies Wednesday, and theyve told her thats normal.I remember the first time I was at the start line, I thought, Oh man. Am I ready to do this? Maria says. But well be checking on her to make sure shes OK.And that shes still alive, Amanda jokes.All kidding aside, the quadruplets agree on what they expect their takeaway from Sunday to be.For the three of us to cross the finish line together and to see Brian cheering for us there, I think doing this is something incredible, Maria says. Something were going to remember the rest of our lives. ? China NFL Jerseys Cheap Nike NFL Jerseys NFL Jerseys Cheap Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap Basketball Jerseys Online Stitched Hockey Jerseys Wholesale Baseball Jerseys Football Jerseys Outlet College Jerseys For Sale Cheap MLB Jerseys Wholesale Soccer Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys For Sale Wholesale NFL Jerseys ' ' '
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