none. any of the Olympic rings could be Europe.
They represent the five continents.
Represents unity, infin-ity, wholeness, and of the Olympic games
The Ring of the Olympic Logo signifies the 5 Continents. The bundle of the 5 rings represents unity.
The famous rings symbol of Olympics was designed in 1912. It represents colors from the flags of all the nations that participated in the games that year.
The Olympic games do not have an official mascot. The logo of the Olympics is five interconnected rings. Each ring represents an inhabited continent on earth.
America, Europe, Australia, Asia and Africa
The answer is 12 - as usual, double the number of rings in the logo (of which each half-ring represents a single competitor). The number of rings, and hence competitors, doubles at each Olympics. This means at the 2012 London Olympics there will be a total of 45 competitors.
The olympic rings debuted at the 1920 summer Olympics in Antwerp, Belgium.
The Olympic rings symbolize the five continents of the world, as they were recognized in the late 19th century: Africa, America, Asia, Australia, and Europe.
Yes, they represent the five continents that are involved in the olympic games. Blue represents Europe, yellow represents Asia, green represents Australia, red represents America and black represents Africa.
the five continents, asia, europe, north and south america and australia/oceania