The rings are five interlocking rings, colored blue, yellow, black, green and red on
a white field, known as the "Olympic rings".
The five linked rings on the Olympic symbol stand for the five continents that
participate in the Olympics: Europe, Asia, Africa, North and South America ...
Aug 10, 2012 ... The Olympic ring symbol was designed by Baron Pierre de Coubertin in 1912.
The idea of using rings intertwined with one another came from ...
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colors of each ring? Color the picture correctly. Why are the rings those colors?
The linked rings are the olympic symbol because each color of ring represents a
color o country must have to participate in the Olympics. The colors are blue, ...
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Apr 18, 2012 ... The project took the literal meaning of the Olympic Symbol and ... Since each ring
represents a continent, video footage of some sort . ... linked to—through the
Mandorla Symbol's meaning—is the "spirit" of the Olympic Games.
Mar 14, 2010 ... The symbol created by the linked rings is a version of what's referred to as the
vesica piscis. Because the shape resembles the female vulva it's ...
Jul 11, 2012 ... Baron Pierre de Coubertin, founder of the modern Olympics, was a French ... a
symbol etched into a weather-beaten stone: five linked rings.
He presented the rings and flag in June 1914 in Paris at the Olympic Congress."
... The Olympic symbol consists of five interlaced rings of equal dimensions (the
..... documents: five rings linked at regular intervals, their various colours - blue, ...
Jul 26, 2012 ... With so much Olympics talk all around, You surely must have noticed those
colorful rings – three on top and two under them and all of them ...