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|2002 Busan||-48 kg|
|2004 Almaty||-48 kg|
|2003 Jeju||-48 kg|
|2001 Beijing||-48 kg|
Kitada also won a gold medal at Paris Super World Cup, Otto World Cup Hamburg and other international championships but did not participate in the Olympic Games or World Championships mainly due to 7 times world champion Ryoko Tamura.
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