The Five Rings on the Olympic Flag The rings on the Olympic flag represent the five continents of the world that have come together in the Olympic spirit.
Every country in the world has at least one of the colors of the rings in their flag. The colors blue, yellow, black, green, and red on a white field. The colors of the rings represent the flags of the countries that participate in the Olympics.
The five regions:
As it says in the Olympic Charter, the five-ringed symbol "represents the union of the five continents and the meeting of athletes from throughout the world at the Olympic Games." Baron Pierre de Coubertin, the founder of the modern Olympic Movement, conceived both the symbol and the flag.
Symbolism of the Olympic Rings:
The five interlocking rings represent the five continents brought together by the Olympic Movement, or the five main regions: Africa, the Americas (North and South America are combined), Asia, Europe and Oceania. The symbol of the Olympic Games is composed of five interlocking rings, colored blue, yellow, black, green, and red on a white field. The colors of the rings represent the flags of the countries that participate in the Olympics. Every flag of a country participating in the Olympics includes one of those colors.
The Meaning of the Colors on the Olympic Flag.
The following is quoted directly from the International Olympic Committee: "The five rings represent the five continents. They are interlaced to show the universality of Olympism and the meeting of the athletes of the whole world during the Olympic Games. On the Olympic flag, the rings appear on a white background. This flag translates the idea of the universality of the Olympic Movement. At least one of the colors of the rings, including the white background, can be found on the flag of every nation in the world."
The way in which the rings are interlaced has changed since the symbol was first introduced. They used to be depicted side-by-side, along a shallow arc. They are now drawn in the familiar offset pattern, with three above and two below. They are colored, from left to right: blue (top), yellow (bottom), black (top), green (bottom), and red (top). The five rings represent the five continents of Earth.
The Five Rings on the Olympic Flag The rings on the Olympic flag represent the five continents of the world that have come together in the Olympic spirit. Every country in the world has at least one of the colors of the rings in their flag, blue, black and red (top colors) ï½¥ yellow, green (bottom colors).
They represent the five parts of the world (commonly referred to as continents): Asia, Americas, Africa, Europe, Oceania. Both the Americas were taken as one, Antarctica was not counted.
The Olympic rings each represent a different thing.
Blue: Love and care
Black: Being who you are
Red : fierceness
If you look at all flags in the world , you will find at least 1 of the olympic rings in it.
The colors of the rings represent all the colors used by all the Earth's countries on their flags. There once was a belief the rings represented the 5 continents - Asia, Africa, Australia, the Americas, and Europe, but this may or may not be factual.
They represent the 5 continents that compete
The five Olympic rings represent the 5 continents represented.
What do the Olympic rings stand represent
The main symbolism is unity.
unity in diversity
5 rings on the Olympic Flag
The number of rings on a Olympic flag is 5
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.
There are 5 rings on the Olympic flag: blue, yellow, black, green, and red.Or if you count the two small rings where they attach the flag to the flagpole, seven.
thair are 5 rings
The Official Olympic FlagCreated by Pierre de Coubertin in 1914, the Olympic flag contains five interconnected rings on a white background. The five rings symbolize the five significant continents and are interconnected to symbolize the friendship to be gained from these international competitions. The rings, from left to right, are blue, yellow, black, green, and red. The colors were chosen because at least one of them appeared on the flag of every country in the world. The Olympic flag was first flown during the 1920 Olympic Games. The Olympic MottoIn 1921, Pierre de Coubertin, founder of the modern Olympic Games, borrowed a Latin phrase from his friend, Father Henri Didon, for the Olympic motto: Citius, Altius, Fortius ("Swifter, Higher, Stronger").
Becaus the olympic rings represent the continents joing togerther
well iknow how MANY rings there are . there are five