Olesen still on top in Austria
Denmark's Thorbjorn Olesen continued his fine form at the Lyoness Open in Austria on Friday.
Olesen remained three shots clear of his nearest challengers midway through his third round.
The 22-year-old, who finished ninth in last week's Open Championship - his sixth top-10 finish of the season - was 12 under par last night and three strokes ahead of France's Thomas Levet.
That advantage stayed intact this morning when the second round was completed, after 66 players had been unable to finish on Thursday due to heavy rain and the threat of lightning at Diamond Country Club in Atzenbrugg.
Olesen birdied the sixth and seventh holes of his outward nine to advance to 14 under, with England's Richard Bland, France's Benjamin Hebert and home favourite Bernd Wiesberger joint second on 11 under.
Hebert stormed up the leaderboard thanks to a blistering third round - he was seven under for the day through 15 holes - while Bland was three under through nine and Wiesberger four under through 10.
Levet, meanwhile, recovered from a nightmare opening of two bogeys in the first three holes on Friday, with three birdies in four holes from the sixth getting him back to one under for his third round - 10 under overall and tied for fifth with Ireland's Shane Lowry (10 under through 12).