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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olympic_symbols

The rings are five interlocking rings, colored blue, yellow, black, green and red on a white field, known as the "Olympic rings". The symbol was originally designed in 1912 by Baron Pierre de Coubertin, co-founder of the modern Olympic Games. He appears to have intended the rings to represent the five participating ...

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

Aug 3, 2016 ... In 1894, Pierre de Frédy, Baron de Coubertin—a French aristocrat and intellectual who had previously attempted to incorporate more physical education in schools—convened a congress in Paris with the goal of reviving the ancient Olympic Games (an idea Coubertin first introduced at a USFSA meeting in ...

www.olympic.org/olympic-rings

Created by Pierre de Coubertin, the Olympic symbol consists of five interlaced rings of equal dimensions that represent the union of the five continents and the meeting of athletes at the Olympic Games.

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 themselves still resonate with many people around the world. It's why the five colored ring design is the indelible first image that comes to mind when someone brings ...

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: It's generally known that the five interlocking rings represent the five continents of the world (the Americas are considered as one, North and South, along with Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia). It is less well known that the colours ...

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

Baron Pierre de Coubertin wanted there to be an important meaning of the Olympic rings and he wanted to ensure that the Olympic flag would be universally accepted for all the nations involved and he wanted to make this flag a part of the new Olympic Tradition. As you can see the flag is still flown today in both the winter ...

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

Feb 11, 2014 ... In 1894, Pierre de Frédy, Baron de Coubertin — a French aristocrat and intellectual who had previously attempted to incorporate more physical education in schools — convened a congress in Paris with the goal of reviving the ancient Olympic Games (an idea Coubertin first introduced at a USFSA meeting ...

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

Aug 4, 2016 ... 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. Every flag of every participating nation has at least one of the five colors of the rings, or the white of the symbol's background. A common ...

kinooze.com/all-about-olympic-rings

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 interlaced. Do you know what these five rings are for? The five Olympic Rings represent the five continents – Africa, America, Asia, Australia, and Europe. You must be ...