Olympic rings - Meaning of the Olympic Rings Every Sports Lover Should Know

What Do The Olympic Rings Represent?

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A Look at the History of Olympic Rings for the Winter Olympics

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Pierre de Coubertin, a French historian and founder of the International Olympic Committee, created the rings in 1913.

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Between the torch, fanfare and games themselves, the Olympics are filled with timeless traditions.
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    The Olympic rings, which stand as the symbol for the Olympics as a whole, represent the activity of the Olympic Movement and the union of five continents and athletes from across the world at the global event. Those five continents are America (combining North and South), Africa, Asia, Europe and Oceania.
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    The rings were first publicly presented as a symbol for the Olympics in 1914 at the Olympic Congress in Paris. They were displayed on a white flag. Because of World War I, the Olympics Games was canceled until 1920, which is when the first Olympic flag was officially displayed. This flag further strengthened the aim of the Olympics - world unity.
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    Olympic Rings ┗ The five interlaced rings which are depicted on the Olympic flag are known as the ‘Olympic rings’. These rings are arranged in 3-2 pattern on a white background, with the blue ring to the extreme left, followed by yellow, black, green and red, in the same order.
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    The Olympic rings are subject to very strict usage rules Coupertin's initial hand-scrawled rings may have been a bit imperfect, but today the logo is highly regulated by the IOC, a body notorious .
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    The Olympic rings have been used in every summer and winter Games since 1920 and have remained relatively unchanged since. The exception to this was a version introduced in 1957, which slightly.
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