Whats the order of the olympics rings
The five colours on the Olympics rings were chosen because every country who enters the Olympics has at least one of those colours on their flag.
Every world flag has at least one of the colours of the rings.
Blue, Black , Red , Green , Yellow
The rings symbolise the five continents. They also symbolise the different skin colours of people.
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5 rings and I think all of the colours that are in all flags are included in the rings colours
They mean unity. Every country in the olympics has at least one of the colours in the rings
Five colours (or five rings) represent the five continents on Earth.
It has 5 rings connected and the rings have different colours. Those colours are 1st is Blue then Black then Red then under is 2 more. The colour of the 2 are yellow then green.
because it comes in olympics rings colours or may be it would b there fav colour!
all nations coming together and the colors are colors of all the world flags
Because each country has at least one color on the olympic flag. This answer is corect.
Five of them
There are 5 rings in the Olympics. The 5 rings represent the union of the five continents of the world. The Olympic mark was adopted in 1914.
there are 5 Olympic rings and all the colours that are in the rings are the colours of the countries flags in whom are participating
5 five rings for five continents
Because the colours of the world flags had one of the colours on the Olympic rings
5 green red yellow black blue These colours are chosen for the rings because at least one colour (either red, yellow, blue, green or black) is included in every country's flag.
The olympic rings debuted at the 1920 summer Olympics in Antwerp, Belgium.
The Olympic logo has 5 rings which represent each continent.