The first line on the top of the olympic rins is blue, black and red then the bottom line is yellow then green. The order of them is blue, yellow, black, green and red.
blue , black , red , yellow and green
by chloe corrigan
Blue black red yellow green
The colours of the Olympic rings were chosen because at least one of those colours appears on each countries flag.
Yes (if you ignore the colours of the rings).
The colours of the olympic rings dont represent the continents, they are colours that all the flags have. Not one flag doesnt have an olympic ring colour.
There are 6 colours on the Olympic flag - blue, black, red, yellow, green and white.Read more: How_many_colours_are_in_the_olympic_flag
It represents the five continents which participate in the Olympic games. The colours represent the colours which are found most commonly on world flags. All the countries in the world have at least one of the colours represented by the rings on their flag.
Every country who takes part has at least one of the Olympic rings colours in its flag.
The Olympic rings are those colours because every country's flag has at least one colour in common with the logo.
Because the colours of the world flags had one of the colours on the Olympic rings
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.
Do you mean the green ring as in the olympic rings? if so, the olympic ring colours are the colours they are because every country in the world has at least one of the coulors in their countries flag.
They are five interlocking rings of blue, yellow, black, green, and red on a white field, known as the "Olympic rings."
5 rings on the Olympic Flag