The Olympic symbol (five interlocked rings) represents the union of the five original major continents (Africa, America, Asia, Australia and Europe) and the meeting of the athletes from throughout the world at the Olympic Games. The five colors of the rings from left to right are blue, black and red across the top and yellow and green along the bottom.
The five-ring Olympic flag was first formally used in the 1920 Belgium Olympics.
There was five athletes in the 2012 olympic
the five continents that take part in olympics
it is the five Olympic rings with London 2012 through it
The mascot of the Olympics 2008 are five FUWA
The Olympic flag has five rings. These rings, along with their five different colors, represent the international flavor of the Olympics. Specifically, they represent the colors on the flags of the participating countries in the 1912 Olympics.
The olympic flag which has five circles denotes the five continents from where the atheletes come togeter to participate . The flag was first used in the 1896 Olympics by the king coubertin when the Olympigames were started again during him reign
The first Olympic Games to include female athletes was the 1900 Olympic games in Paris. Twenty two women competed that year in five sports events.
five olympic rings red,black,blue,green and yellow