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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olympic_symbols

The Olympic symbols are icons, flags and symbols used by the International Olympic ... He appears to have intended the rings to represent the five participating .... In 2004, the obverse side of the medals changed to make more explicit ...

mentalfloss.com/article/31263/what-do-olympic-rings-mean

Aug 3, 2016 ... Coubertin used his ring design as the emblem of the IOC's 20th anniversary celebration in ... A year later, it became the official Olympic symbol.

stillmed.olympic.org/Documents/Reports/EN/en_report_1303.pdf

Meaning of the five rings and flag — History of the rings and flag ... The use of the Olympic symbol in the creation of an emblem is also strictly regulated and .... The motto embodies excellence by encouraging athletes to strive to do their best.

mic.com/articles/150550/what-do-the-olympic-rings-stand-for-the-surprising-history-of-the-olympic-colors

Aug 5, 2016 ... Regardless of all the controversies that the International Olympic Committee has had over the years, the symbolism of the Olympic Games ...

www.quora.com/What-do-the-Olympic-rings-represent

There are five Olympic rings in five colours (plus the white background) and they look like this: ... Does that still hold today? Well, not quite. Even if you forgive ...

www.olympics.mu/meaning-olympic-rings.html

Understanding the meaning of the Olympic rings and the traditional Olympic ... involved and he wanted to make this flag a part of the new Olympic Tradition.

theweek.com/articles/451216/what-olympic-rings-mean

Feb 11, 2014 ... Because the rings were originally designed as a logo for the IOC's 20th anniversary and only later became a symbol of the Olympics, it's also ...

www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2012/08/the-origin-of-the-olympic-rings

Aug 10, 2012 ... The Olympic ring symbol was designed by Baron Pierre de Coubertin in 1912 ... Do Olympic Medalists Receive Cash Prizes with Their Medals?

curiosity.com/topics/the-meaning-of-the-olympic-ring-colors-curiosity

The Olympic rings make up the iconic symbol for the Olympic games. The colors chosen for this image aren't just random, but in fact have significant meaning.