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On Her Turf

Natalie Geisenberger, a six-time Olympic luge gold medalist, announced her retirement.
Playing in her home country, Carlota Ciganda earned the point that retained the cup for Europe.
Tigst Assefa of Ethiopia broke the women’s marathon world record at the Berlin Marathon.
The Solheim Cup captains have employed different strategies this week. Which one will pay off Sunday?
Here’s a look at the 12 singles match for the final day of the 18th Solheim Cup.

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Europe won three of the four fourball matches Saturday afternoon to tie the Solheim Cup, 8-8.
The two sides tied Saturday morning foursomes, 2-2, leaving the U.S. with a two-point lead.
The two-time Olympian, silver medalist and Dover, New Hampshire native has Paris on her mind.
Europe was down 4-0 after the first session, but made it a mission to make this competitive.
The U.S. and Europe are using a lot of the same foursomes teams they used on Day 1.
Europe won the afternoon best-ball, 3-1, after losing foursomes, 4-0.
Amid an afternoon of fireworks, Pedersen is helping Europe cut its deficit.
Despite having her worst season as a pro, Thompson stepped it up Friday morning in Spain.
Pairings and matchups for Friday fourballs at Solheim Cup
The Americans started hot and finished strong to take a 4-0 lead in Spain.