Quick Answer: What Colour are the Olympic rings?

The circles are always of equal dimensions and are either in one or in five different colors: blue, red, yellow, black, and green.

Which color of Olympic rings is for which continent?

The 1949–50 edition of the IOC’s “Green Booklet” stated that each colour corresponded to a particular continent: “blue for Europe, yellow for Asia, black for Africa, green for Australia, and red for America”.

What colors are the Olympic rings?

The circles, which have been seen at Olympic Games since the early 1900s, are always of equal dimensions and are either in one color or five different colors: blue, yellow, black, green and red — in that order.

What do the Olympic rings stand for?

The Olympic symbol (the Olympic rings) expresses the activity of the Olympic Movement and represents the union of the five continents and the meeting of athletes from throughout the world at the Olympic Games.

Which color is not included as a ring on the Olympic flag?

If you ignore the varying shades of blue, red, green and yellow seen across modern flags, the colors in the rings still don’t quite cover all countries’ colors today. The orange tone that is seen in flags of countries such as Bhutan, Armenia and Sri Lanka is not one of the 5 colors of the Olympic Rings.

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Which is not a color of the Olympic rings?

Going from left to right, the five colors for the Olympic rings are blue, yellow, black, green and red. Contrary to popular belief, the five colors of the Olympic rings do not directly correspond to given continents.

How old was the youngest Olympic champion?

The USA’s Marjorie Gestring won gold in the springboard diving event at the Berlin 1936 Games, becoming the youngest-ever female Olympic champion at 13 years and 268 days old.

Which Colour represents Asia in Olympics ring *?

Answer: (B) Yellow

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