About us

Using the power of sport to help educate and restore ocean health.

Coming from Aotearoa New Zealand and valuing all marine environments for social, economic, spiritual and cultural reasons inspired Sport2Clean.

We are very excited to soon launch our #COMMONWEALTHOCEAN initiative. A contributor resource across the 53 member states of the Commonwealth.

A dedicated digital (#), used within a message to identify a keyword or topic of interest and facilitate a search for it. Whenever a user adds this hashtag to their post, it’s able to be indexed by the social network and become searchable by others.

Schools and citizens can access, contribute, keep up-to-date with knowledge and resources, knowing that there is now a dedicated hashtag to Commonwealth Ocean Health. 

We welcome you to follow, share your knowledge or simply keep up-to-date using #commonwealthocean

Sport2Clean is a registered non-profit, trademark, and register on the United Nations Ocean Action Framework Initiative

Sport2Clean,

I write to thank you for your support during the recent Royal Visit to Queensland by Their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall as part of the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.

The visit was very important to Queensland and your assistance with the numerous advance visits and requests for services and information was greatly appreciated.

Your contribution helped ensure that this was a successful visit and Their Royal Highnesses have expressed their gratitude and pleasure.

Again, thank you for your support on what was a very successful visit for our state.

ANNASTACIA PALASZCZUK

PREMIER OF QUEENSLAND