Canada’s Brooke Henderson has moved into a tie for third at the Rio 2016 women’s golf tournament.

Henderson, ranked third in the world, gradually moved up the standings during round two play on Thursday, shooting a 64 to finish at seven-under-par. The Canadian shot a 70 in round one play on Wednesday, which placed her 19th.

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Rio 2016: Brooke Henderson, women's golf

Brooke M. Henderson of Canada, makes putt on the 18th hole during the second round of the women’s golf event at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)

The 18-year-old now sits in a tie for third place overall with Great Britain’s Charley Hull at eight-under-par. Inbee Park of South Korea is the current leader at 10-under while Stacy Lewis of the United States is second at nine-under.

After birding on holes five and nine on Thursday, Henderson started to climb up the leaderboard on the back nine. Henderson birdied the 13th along with the final four holes to finish at seven-under.

Meanwhile, Canada’s Alena Sharp shot at 69 on Thursday to finish at two-under-par. Sharp now sits in a tie for 32nd overall heading into the final two days of the tournament.

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Rio 2016: Alena Sharp, women's golf

Alena Sharp of Canada, hits from the fairway on the 5th hole during a practice round for the women’s golf event at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)

New Zealand’s Lydia Ko, who entered the tournament as the world No. 1, sits in a tie for 22nd overall at three-under-par.

Round three play takes place Friday morning at Rio’s Olympic Golf Course. The tournament comes to a close on Saturday.