Japanese breaststroke star Kosuke "Frog King" Kitajima has vowed to spring back in the 200m after losing his 100m title, dimming Japan's gold-medal hopes in London."Kitajima in crushing defeat," headlines in Japanese newspapers cried Monda of the 29-year-old who won both the 100m and 200m not only at Beijing but also at Athens."I got lost as there was too much going on in my head," Kitajima told Japanese media."There wasn't a single element in which I was confident to get myself going."Kitajima explained that if he paddled his arms well, his kick went out of rhythm and if he kicked well, his arms felt strange.The 200m heats start on Tuesday with the final the next day.