The Olympic rings..what they mean.The meaning of the Olympic Games' five interlocking rings is not at all black-and-white. The rings of blue, black, yellow, red and green, which make up one of the most recognized symbols in the world, traditionally represent the five different areas of the world involved in the Olympics (North and South America are considered one area, along with Africa, Australia, Asia and Europe).
Seeing The World Through The Olympic Rings [Infographic]
Gustavo Sousa's powerful infographics: each ring symbolizes one of the five continents competing at the Olympics: Africa (yellow), the Americas (red), Asia (green), Europe (black), and Oceania (blue). Relative size reflects the region's role in social issues such as global population, obesity, carbon dioxide emissions and Coca-Cola sales. + the distribution of medals won at the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Olympic Rings Activities - The Educators' Spin On It (new)
1972 Olympic Gold Necklace
1972 Olympic Gold Necklace This lovely gold plated necklace is vintage from 1976 Montreal Olympics Games. This was made in 1972 stamped RB 1972 Cojo 76' designed by George Huel the friend of the Mayor. It consists of three symbolic elements, the Olympic Rings, a running track and also the letter M for Montreal Canada. This graphic also represents the Olympic podium. Lovely artistic and deco design and a rare piece and beautiful linked chain. Charm is 2cm long and wide on a 20" chain…
Galaxy S7edge Olympic Games Edition standing upright with the home screen on the display showing apps in the Olympic ring colors
Excellent infography concept with “The Olympic Rings” based on the rings of the Olympic Games, representing the different continents of the planet. Work Gustavo Sousa with statistical data according to this legend: (Oceania: blue, Europe: Black America: Red, Africa : yellow, Asia: green).
Infographics: Using The Olympic Rings To Show Vast Inequalities