What Continents Do the Olympic Rings Represent?

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The Olympic rings represents Europe, Asia, Africa America and Oceania continents. Each colour corresponded to a particular continent with blue for Europe, yellow for Asia, black for Africa, green for Oceania and red for America. The rings were adopted by Baron Pierre de Coubertin, founder of the modern Olympic Movement in 1913.
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Neither a color nor a ring represents a specific continent. There are five rings because there are five continents that send competitors to the Olympics (North and South America are
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The current 5 continents are Africa, Americas (both
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None of the rings represents any one continent. The continents they represent are: Australia, Europe, Asia, Africa and America. The colours red, blue, green, yellow, black and white
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According to most accounts, the rings were adopted by Baron Pierre de Coubertin (founder of the modern Olympic Movement) in 1913 after he saw a similar design on an artifact from
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The 5 Olympic rings stand for each of the 5 continents involved in the games; America, Australia, Asia, Africa and Europe.
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