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|2000 Sydney||-52 kg|
|1996 Atlanta||-52 kg|
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|1994 Hiroshima||-56 kg|
Narazaki returned to competitive judo in 1999, winning a gold medal at the 1999 World Judo Championships. At the 2000 Summer Olympics, she became the first married Japanese judoka to compete in the Olympics, finishing with a silver medal. She retired after the 2000 Summer Olympics and began teaching at Bunkyo University in April, 2001.
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