Why Are the Linked Rings an Olympic Symbol?

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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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The linked rings are the official Olympics symbol as they represent the union of the five continents. It normally consists of five colours, black, red, blue, green and yellow, which are often seen in the flag of every nation.
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It is supposed to mean if you link them and use them intune with others you shall succeed.
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The five Olympic Rings symbolize the five major regions of the world. Africa, The Americas, Asia, Europe and Oceania. The colors are blue, yellow, black, green and red.
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That signifies unity in sports!
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