Why Are the Olympic Rings Linked?

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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 rings represent the five original continents, Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa, and the America's (not in that order) There is no 'real' answer to this but I believe they are linked
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These five rings - blue, yellow, black, green and red - represent the
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1. Place the trick rings in your left pants pocket. These trick rings have a small, imperceptible break in them that allow them to link together when pressed. Make sure your trousers
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1. Decide whether to draw the. circles. freehand or using a guide. If you prefer a neater outcome, use something to trace or guide the circles so that they look as uniform as possible
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There is no reason why the Olympic rings are linked. However, the five rings symbolise the five major regions of the world which are Africa, Europe, the Americas, Asia and Oceania.
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