The 5 Olympic rings represent the 5 continents. 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)* yellow, green (bottom colors) The Olympic Rings were created by Baron Pierre de Coubertin in 1913 and first displayed on the Olympic flag in 1920. The Olympic symbol of five interlocking rings represents the five original continents:# Africa # America (North and South) # Asia # Australia # EuropeBUT -originally there were 6 colors that appeared on all the national flags of the world at the time of it's design/debut in 1931. They symbolize the five regions of the world. The colors represent the colors of national flags--every nation has one of those colors in its flagthe five inhabited contonets
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) ･ yellow, green (bottom colors). The five continents they count are North America, South America, Africa, Europe, and Asia. They do not include Australia, or Antarctica.
I think (not sure) it has to do with the sports.
the 5 olympic rings stand for the 5 contenents of the world
The 5 Olympic rings represent the5 main continents, Europe, Asia, Australasia and Oceania and Africa. Also every country flag in the world has at least 1 of the colours in the Olympic rings.
the Olympic rings representpassion,faith,victory,workethicandsportsmanship
The colours of the Olympic rings were chosen because at least one of those colours appears on each countries flag.
There are 5 rings. The colors of each represent all of the colors of the national flags of those countries participating in the Olympic games.
The colors of the rings in the Olympic flag do not represent any continent or country. The colors represent the colors found in the flags of the nations that compete in the Olympic Games.
There are five rings and each one is a different color. Those colors are black, yellow, green, red, and blue.blue,white,red
cuz they are
It's blue,black,red,yellow,green and those are the colours
beacause itthe colour of the flags that r doing the event
I think it's because every country flag has at least one of those colours on it.
Because it represents each region.The Olympic rings are those colours because every country's flag has at least one colour in common with the logo.To represent all of the countries colors. Each countries flag has at least one of the colors.
The same colours as the olympic rings.
The olympic rings are made up of 6 colors (the 5 rings and the white background) which, at the time of their creation, every country competing at the olympics (1912) had one of those colors in their flag. Australia is hence covered as our flag is White, Blue and Red, all of which appear on the olympic flag.