He appears to have intended the rings to represent the five participating
continents: Africa, Asia, America, Australia and Europe.
Aug 3, 2016 ... After the 1912 Stockholm Games—the first Games featuring athletes from all five
inhabited parts of the world—a design of five interlocked rings, ...
There are five Olympic rings in five colours (plus the white background) and they
look like this: It's generally known that the five interlocking rings represent the ...
The Olympic rings do not actually represent countries or continents, but they do
represent the five major colors that can be found in world flags, including blue, ...
The five rings on the Olympic flag signify the five inhabited regions that
participate in the Olympics. These include Asia, Australia, Europe, Africa, and
North and ...
The five colors of the Olympic rings and the white background were chosen to
represent all of the colors of the flags seen from each country competing in the ...
Aug 5, 2016 ... The five colored ring design is the indelible first image that comes to mind when
someone brings up the Olympics.
Meaning of the five rings and flag — History of the rings and flag suggested by ...
On the Olympic flag, the rings appear on a white background. Combined in this ...
The original thoughts as to the meaning of the Olympic rings on the flag of the
Olympic Games is the symbolism of the five different colored rings, all interlinked
There are five Olympic rings. The five rings represent 5 regions of the world:
Africa, Asia, the Americas (North and South), Australia and Europe. The five