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.
They represent the 5 continents that compete
it represent 5 continents of the world. Also represents unity among nations of the 5 continents. The five rings represent five continents or major geographical areas of the world. The five main regions: Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe and Oceania.Read more: What_do_the_five_Olympic_rings_that_appear_on_the_flag_signify
its 5 continents , as you can see from the olympic symbol of 5 rings, which represent the 5 continents
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.
The Ring of the Olympic Logo signifies the 5 Continents. The bundle of the 5 rings represents unity.
The blue ring.
There are 5 rings in the Olympics. The 5 rings represent the union of the five continents of the world. The Olympic mark was adopted in 1914.
Represents unity, infin-ity, wholeness, and of the Olympic games
the rings symbolses the contrys that have held the olympics
5 five rings for five continents
Because the Antarctic "doesn't" compete in the Olympics, & neither does Australia. Each ring represents 1 continent that participates in the Olimpics