Baron Pierre de Coubertin, the co-founder of the modern Olympic Games, designed the Olympic symbol. The five rings represent the five inhabited continents of the world.
The six colours - blue, yellow, black, green, red, and white background - were chosen because each country's national flag contains at least one of them.
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