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 five continents.
Five of them
The five-ring Olympic flag was first formally used in the 1920 Belgium Olympics.
they represent five different part of the world
Five colours (or five rings) represent the five continents on Earth.
the five continents that take part in 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
each country that takes part has one colour of its flag on one of the five rings
The team chooses an athlete to carry the flag in the Olympics. It can be anybody.
There were no Olympics, and so no Olympic flag, in the Middle Ages.
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.
Nope - the Olympic flag is a modern item. It signifies the five continents where the Olympics are held - and at least one of the colours of the rings appears on every flag of the participating countries.
Mahe Drysdale carried the New Zealand flag at the Bejiing Olympics.
when was the olympic flag first made
cause its a special and old flag to represent the olympics
They are five interlocking rings of blue, yellow, black, green, and red on a white field, known as the "Olympic rings."
Sinivie Boltic is Flag bearer
There is no specific rule, but more often than not the flag carrier is a competing athlete.
Ayumi Ogasawara (Sport: Curling) is the flag bearer for Jap in Sochi Olympics 2014.
The Olympics logo is five rings of the colors red, blue, black, yellow, and green. Each colored ring represents one or more colors of every country's flag.