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RIO DE JANEIRO -- Inbee Park was in the 16th fairway, only 50 yards from the hole, and couldnt imagine a worse spot to be.She already had lost a three-shot lead in gusts up to 30 mph Friday at Olympic Golf Course. And now she faced a shot that would punish anything just a little long or a little left. The safe play was the middle of the green and get out of there with a par.Park had other ideas.She took two months off from golf to get ready for the Olympics, and it was time to trust her instincts.Luckily, I had an uphill lie, she said. I said, `Im just going to go for this pin. I have confidence that I can stop it if I hit the distance. I played aggressive golf there, and it really worked good.Starting with that pitch to tap-in range, she birdied two straight holes and shot a 1-under 70 to take a two-shot lead into the final round.Now comes the real test.Just as difficult as the wind was seeing the name of Lydia Ko -- the No. 1 player in womens golf -- right behind her.Ko made the first hole-in-one of her career as she raced into contention with a 65, closing the gap to two shots. The 19-year-old Kiwi started the day seven shots behind and now has a solid chance at gold.We all know theres a lot on the line at the end of tomorrow, Ko said. I think Ive done a good job of putting myself in there and still having the chance to be standing on that podium.Gerina Piller, the American who narrowly qualified for the Olympics in her final event, shot a 68 and joined them in the final group, two shots behind. Piller has never won on the LPGA Tour, though there is something about playing for her country that brings out her best golf. Pillers signature moment was making the winning putt for the United States in the Solheim Cup last year in Germany.I feel like I have a chance at this, she said. Im going to try to do the best I can and represent my country with class.Shanshan Feng of China shot 68 and was three shots back.Starting times have been moved up with play starting on the first and 10th tees because of more rugged conditions in the forecast.Park was still the player to beat.The 28-year-old South Korean finally got her putter going, and shes among the best in womens golf on the greens. Her struggles were with the longer clubs, especially as the wind became fierce. Park tried to play short on the par-4 12th into the wind and hit into the sandy native area. On the par-3 14th, her hybrid went well over the green into more trouble, and she lost her lead.Those two late birdies helped alleviate one final mistake. On the par-5 closing hole, Parks tee shot found a bunker and it took three more shots to reach the green. She made one last bogey and was at 11-under 202.I feel I hung in there, and Im very happy I have a chance tomorrow, Park said. It was hard to judge the distance, and on the green it was hard to concentrate because the ball was oscillating. Im pretty exhausted.Charley Hull of Britain fell out of the chasing pack by missing three par putts inside 5 feet on the back nine. She shot 74 and was six shots behind. Brooke Henderson of Canada, the No. 2 player in womens golf, struggled even more. Henderson was still in the mix when she four-putted for double bogey on the 16th hole, taking three of those putts from 3 feet. She wound up with a 75 and was seven back.Ko is right where she wants to be and is the most seasoned of those going after the gold medal, the first for womens golf since 1900. She is a four-time winner on the LPGA Tour this year, the best player in womens golf and finally got some confidence in her putter.She used a 7-iron for her hole-in-one on the par-3 eighth hole -- the second of the day after Lin Xiyu of China made an ace on that hole -- as the highlight of a front nine in which she shot 29. Ko was stunned to hear the cheering when it dropped in.I made my first ever hole-in-one, so to do that at the Olympics, it doesnt get any better than that, Ko said. But to put myself back into good position going into tomorrow I think was a job well done going forward.Stacy Lewis went backward. 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Olympic skeleton champion Lizzy Yarnold has threatened to boycott Februarys World Championships in Sochi due to ongoing concerns over state-sponsored doping.Yarnold criticised the International Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation (IBSF) for not doing more to address concerns over the awarding of the event to the Russian city, and said she will head into the new World Cup circuit unconvinced that her sport is clean.Yarnold is preparing to embark on a new World Cup season later this month after taking a one-year sabbatical in the wake of her Olympic triumph in Sochi in 2014.Russias sliding programme was implicated in a report into doping improprieties by Canadian lawyer Richard McLaren earlier this year, and a second report scheduled for December is expected to reveal further breaches.Yarnold said: I hope the IBSF are going to have serious discussions about what theyre going to do about the World Championships in Sochi.We know that it may be a state-sponsored doping issue and I dont want to compete at an event where there are not clean athletes and questions over what is going to happen to my doping samples.We need to find out more but if nothing changes ahead of the Sochi World Championships then I wouldnt rule out not competing.The IBSF awarded the World Championships to Sochi in June 2013, a decision which pre-dated the International Olympic Committees announcement last year that preparations for the staging of future international winter sports events in Russia should be postponed pending the outcome of the McLaren investigation.ddddddddddddThe IBSF, which was not immediately available for comment, has so far shown no inclination to pursue an alternative venue and Yarnold added: I am really surprised that the IBSF havent taken a stronger stance.The IOC and WADA [the world anti-doping agency] have recommended the Championships arent in Russia and that is something I would stand by and support.I dont think we can be completely certain [that all athletes are clean]. There are certain nations which are not WADA-compliant, so it is a fear.The saddest thing is that clean athletes have been missing out on medals and titles and that really upsets me -- we will just have to wait and see what happens.GB Bobsleigh performance director Gary Anderson echoed Yarnolds concerns, saying his team will fully review any new revelations from McLaren before deciding on a course of action.The GB Bobsleigh team have particular reason to maintain an interest given their fifth place finish in the four-man event at the Sochi Olympics -- behind two Russian crews.Anderson said: Weve got to make a big decision with regard to attending the Worlds. We have to think about the athletes, the programme and Great Britain.All that has to be taken into account when we make the decision because at the moment it [competing in Russia] is not something I look forward to. 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