Olympics logos as a whole, symbolize the activity of the Olympic movement, the unity of the five continents (North and South America are united for this purpose), and athletes from all over the world compete in the event.

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2028 Los Angeles Summer Olympics

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Tokyo Paralympic 2020

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2024 Paris Summer Olympics

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2022, China

2022 Beijing Winter Olympics

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2018, South Korea

2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics

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2016 Rio Summer Olympics

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2014, Russia

2014 Sochi Winter Olympics

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2012 London Summer Olympics

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2010, Canada

2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics

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2008 Beijing Summer Olympics

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2006, Italy

2006 Torino Winter Olympics

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2004 Athens Summer Olympics

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2002, USA

2002 Salt Lake Winter Olympics

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2000 Sidney Summer Olympics

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1998, Japan

1998 Nagano Winter Olympics

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1996 Atlanta Summer Olympics

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1994, Norway

1994 Lillehammer Winter Olympics

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1992 Barcelona Summer Olympics

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1992, France

1992 Albertville Winter Olympics

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1988 Seol Summer Olympics

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1988, Canada

1988 Calgary Winter Olympics

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1984 Los Angeles Summer Olympics

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1984, Bosnia and Herzegovina

1984 Sarajevo Winter Olympics

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1980 Moscow Summer Olympics

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1980, USA

1980 Lake Placid Winter Olympics

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1976 Montréal Summer Olympics

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1976, Austria

1976 Innsbruck Winter Olympics

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1972 München Summer Olympics

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1972, Japan

1972 Sapporo Winter Olympics

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1968 Mexico Summer Olympics

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1968, France

1968 Grenoble Winter Olympics

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1964 Tokyo Summer Olympics

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1964, Austria

1964 Innsbruck Winter Olympics

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1960 Rome Summer Olympics

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1960, USA

1960 California Winter Olympics

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1956, Italy

1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo Winter Olympics

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1952 Helsinki Summer Olympics

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1952, Norway

1952 Oslo Winter Olympics

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1948 London Summer Olympics

What is the logo of Olympic?

The original interlocking Olympic rings logo was made in 1912. Created by Baron Pierre de Coubertin. Each ring marks five continents: Africa, Asia, America, Australia, and Europe.

When was the Olympic logo first used?

The Olympic rings were first presented to the public in 1913. In the center of the white background are interlaced five rings: blue, yellow, black, green, and red.

Who invented Olympic logo?

Baron Pierre de Coubertin, the founder of the modern Olympics, was a French aristocrat with huge waxed mustaches that hung on his face as a dishonest accent. In 1914 The Baron announced the creation of a symbol for the 20th anniversary of the Games.

Did the ancient Olympics have a symbol?

The most respected and visible symbol of the Olympic Games is the Olympic flame. During the ancient Games in Olympia, a sacred flame was constantly burning on the altar of the goddess Hera. Nowadays, the Olympic flame first appeared in 1928 at the Amsterdam Games.

Can I use the Olympic rings logo?

The Olympic rings are the exclusive property of the International Olympic Committee (IOC). They are a worldwide protected mark and may not be used without the prior written consent of the IOC.