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|2012 London||-63 kg|
|2009 Rotterdam||-63 kg|
|2010 Tokyo||-63 kg|
|2011 Paris||-63 kg|
|2010 Guangzhou||-63 kg|
|2003 Jeju||-63 kg|
|2005 Tashkent||-63 kg|
|2007 Kuwait City||-63 kg|
Her elder sister is Masae Ueno, who retired in 2009 after winning gold at the 2004 and 2008 Olympics. In Summer Olympics 2012, Yoshie Ueno lost in the quarter-finals to South Korean eighth seed Joung Da-Woon.
- "Judo: Sister effort brings world judo gold double for Ueno+". World News.
- "Japanese top seed Ueno crashes out of Olympics". Retrieved 2012-07-31.
- Yoshie Ueno at JudoInside.com
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