|1992 Barcelona||400 m|
|1993 Stuttgart||4x400 m relay|
|1993 Stuttgart||400 m|
|1991 Cairo||400 m|
|1995 Harare||400 m|
Unlike most of his compatriots, who run in distances 800 metres and up, Kitur specialised in the 400 metres. He won the continental championship in 1991, and the next year he took the bronze medal at the 1992 Summer Olympics, behind winner Quincy Watts. A year later, another bronze medal was his at the World Championships in Stuttgart.
He died suddenly of an unspecified illness at age 37 in his home in Eldoret, his home Kerotet Village near Ziwa.
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