The rings represent five world continents, Africa, Asia, America, Europe and
Australia. The symbol was originally designed in 1912 by ...
Aug 3, 2016 ... 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 ...
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 ...
Pierre de Coubertin, who designed the Olympic logo with five interlocking rings,
suggested that the rings represent the five general areas of the world where ...
Aug 5, 2016 ... Regardless of all the controversies that the International Olympic Committee has
had over the years, the symbolism of the Olympic Games ...
Aug 8, 2016 ... There's no greater symbol of the Olympic spirit than its iconic rings. And while the
rings date back to 1912, they represent the ideas that birthed ...
Understanding the meaning of the Olympic rings and the traditional Olympic Flag.
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 ...
Feb 14, 2014 ... After a technical malfunction prevented Sochi's fifth snowflake from blossoming
into an Olympic ring the internet went into a tailspin. The mishap ...
The five Olympic rings represent the five major regions of the world – Africa, the
Americas, Asia, Europe and Oceania, and are interconnected to symbolize the ...