Baron Pierre designed the Olympic flag in 1936
Apparently in 1912
The Olympic Flag was created by Baron Pierre de Coubertin.
The design was conceived by Pierre, Baron de Coubertain, a French educator. The rings symbolized the 'five parts of the world'
Baron Pierre de Coubertin in 1914
The rings were designed in 1913 and used for the first time at the 1920 Games in Antwerp.The Olympic Flag was created by Baron Pierre de Coubertin.
Pierre de coubertin
Pierre DE coubirten designed the Olympic flag.
Pierre de Coubertin in 1914
Pierre De Coubertin
"According to the Olympic Charter, the five-ringed symbol "represents the union of the five continents and the meeting of athletes from throughout the world at the Olympic Games." Baron Pierre de Coubertin conceived of both the symbol and the flag. Not coincidentally, Coubertin is the founder of the modern Olympic Movement. The Olympic Committee adopted the flag in 1914, and it was first flown at the 1920 Antwerp Games."
According to most accounts, the rings were adopted by Baron Pierre de Coubertin (founder of the modern Olympic Movement) in 1913 after he saw a similar design on an artifact from ancient Greece. The five rings represent the five major regions of the world: Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe, and Oceania. Every national flag in the world includes at least one of the five colors, which are (from left to right) blue, yellow, black, green, and red. It is important to emphasize that Pierre de Coubertin never said nor wrote that the colors of the rings were linked with the different continents The Olympic Flag made its debut at the 1920 Olympic Games in Antwerp, Belgium. At the end of each Olympic Games, the mayor of that host-city presents the flag to the mayor of the next host-city. It then rests at the town hall of the next host-city for four years until the Opening Ceremony of their Olympic Games.