Symbol of Olympic Rings are consists of five interlocking Olympic rings, blue, yellow, black, red and green on a white background, this was originally developed in 1912 by Baron Pierre de Coubertin, the founder of the modern Olympic Games after the initial introduction, de Coubertin stated following
The August 1912 issue Olympique - select a symbol to indicate the five intertwined rings represent the world Congress in 1914 in different colors - blue, yellow, black, green, red, and put on the white paper on the five rings represent the five parts of the world, now already won, as well as the Olympic Games and is ready to accept healthy competition his article published in "Official Journal of the International Olympic Committee Olympic revue in 1992. In November, says the American historian Robert Barney, as Pierre de Coubertin idea of the interlaced rings camewhen he was in charge of the USFSA, an association of a union of two French sports associations and until 1925.
International Olympic Committee is responsible for the representation of two interlaced rings in France, was a symbol of the European Union and the Swiss psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung this idea, because he is circular, continuity, and the man. Olympic ring colored with white background for the colors that represent all the national flags of the world at this time: in 1914 Congress was suspended, was the outbreak of the Second World War, but later adopted the symbol; they should first exposed VII Olympiad in Antwerp, Belgium 1920. The popularity and widespread of symbols was at the beginning of 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin. Chairman of the Organizing Committee for the 1936 Olympic Games, Carl Diem, wanted torch bearer stadium at Delphi, Oracle site, where the Pythian Games were held. So he ordered the construction of the Olympic rings carved in the event of a major party, and that the torchbearer, will carry the flame along with three others were traveling in Berlin. Ceremony celebrated but the stone was removed.
Later, two British authors Lynn and Gray Poole and visit Delphi when I saw the late 1950s, rock and "History of the old game" that the Olympic rings design came from ancient Greece he was known as Carl Diem Stone. "It's a myth that the symbol for the ancient origin: the rings will be seen later as prominent Nazi images in 1936 to celebrate the third Reich. They attempt to show the International Olympic Committee (IOC), the label" forces the idea that "the international Olympic movement and welcomes all countries to participate in the World: How can you read the Olympic Charter, the Olympic symbol represents the union of five continents and the meeting of athletes in the Olympic Games in the world, but no continent has a certain ring Prior to 1951, he said. Official manual that corresponds to a specific color for each continent: Europe Blue, yellow for Asia, Africa, black, green and red for the Americas to Oceania were removed because no is evidence that Coubertin assumed.