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He has represented Fiji four times in international tournaments, 2003 at the Fiji Invitational Chess Championships, 2004 at the Zonal Championships in Auckland, New Zealand, and twice at the Chess Olympiad, (Mallorca 2004 and Turin 2006).
For the past 4 years, he has also served on the management board of the Fiji Chess Federation, of which he is currently the Vice-President.
Prasad was voted the National Male Athlete of 2006.
In 2011, Prasad won the Fiji National Chess Championships and became Fiji National Chess Champion. He last won this title in 2004. Prasad was also awarded the '2011 Player of the Year Award'.2011 Player of the Year award went to last year's national champion CM Calvin Prasad
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