There are 6 colours on the Olympic flag - blue, black, red, yellow, green and white.
5, i think
There is no particular meaning to each color in the Olympic flag. The colors that are on the flag represent the colors that can be found in almost all nations of the world.
There are 5 rings. The colors of each represent all of the colors of the national flags of those countries participating in the Olympic games.
5 Colors On The Olympic Flag
It is not 'designed'. The olympic flag is always the same. If you want to know why search for the question: what are the olympic ring colors
Every country has at least one of these colors on their flag
All of the country flag colors. (I'm only 8)
There are 5 interlaced rings. The 5 rings and their colors represent the five continents of the world, united by Olympism
cointangus, brilfat, fondo, grosy, and rending
The olympic rings? The rings represent the original 5 continents, every flag in the world has at least one colour of the Olympic rings in their national flag.
The colors of the Olympic flag represent internationality. The purpose of it having different colors is to say and person, no matter what race, color, or country can be in the Olympics.All of the different countries
Every countries flag has at least one of the Olympic ring colours in it.