The rings are five interlocking rings, colored blue, yellow, black, green and red on
a white field, known as the "Olympic rings".
The five multicolored Olympic rings are linked because they symbolize the unity
of athletes from all parts of the world who participate and compete against one ...
The colors of the five interlocked rings of the Olympic flag, and the flag's white
background, were selected because they incorporated the colors of all the
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, ...
The reason for the interlocking rings on the Olympic flag is symbolic in showing
that the Olympic Games are intended for all nations to be able to come and ...
Aug 19, 2016 ... The mathematics of the Olympic rings. ... The simplest interesting link is the Hopf
link: two interlocking circles. A Hopf link. Image: Evelyn Lamb.
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 ...
they interlock to represent the peace throughout the world and that they want
world peace. When coming together and doing world sports, it brings peace to
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
five continents of the world (the Americas are considered as one, North and
Mar 14, 2010 ... Part 2 - What does the Olympic Rings logo really mean? ... The rings, their colors
and the way they are connected represent all the people of ...