Rio de Janeiro: India's Aditi Ashok continued to impress as she carded a second straight three-under 68 to be tied eighth after the second round of the women's golf event at the Olympic Games here. The 18-year-old got off to a flying start on Thursday after getting a birdie on the par-five first hole before getting two more birdies on the par-three fourth and par-four ninth holes till the halfway mark. In the back nine, she bogeyed the par-five 10th hole before picking her again with consecutive birdies on the 15th and 16th hole. However, a bogey on the par-five 18th hole again gave her a 68 that took her total to six-under 136. She shared the eighth position with four other golfers. The Bengaluru golfer was four strokes behind leader South Korean Inbee Park, who carded a second straight 66 to sit at the top. Lewis Stacy of the US carded a stunning eight-under 63 to be one stroke behind Inbee. Britain's Charley Hull (66) and Brooke Hendersen of Canada (64) shared the third spot on eight-under 134 total.