What do the 7 Olympic rings represent?
The Olympic rings, which stand as the symbol for the Olympics as a whole, represent the activity of the Olympic Movement and the union of five continents and athletes from across the world at the global event.
What is the meaning of Citius?
“Citius, Altius, Fortius” is the motto of the Olympic Games; an event that symbolizes unity and exuberance of the human spirit. These three Latin words mean “Swifter, Higher, Stronger.” Baron de Coubertin borrowed the motto from Father Henri Martin Dideono, the headmaster of Arcueil College in Paris.
Are there 5 or 7 continents in the world?
The names of the seven continents of the world are: Asia, Africa, Europe, Australia, North America, South America, and Antarctica. All the continents of the world start and end with the same alphabet if you consider North and South Americas as one continent.
Are there six continents?
Many geographers and scientists now refer to six continents, in which Europe and Asia are combined (because they’re one solid landmass). These six continents are then Africa, Antarctica, Australia/Oceania, Eurasia, North America, and South America.
Which of these color does not represent the color of Olympic rings?
Orange is color which not seen in the Symbol of the Olympics.
What is swifter mean?
1. Moving or capable of moving with great speed; fast. See Synonyms at fast1. 2. Coming, occurring, or accomplished quickly: a swift retort.
What are the three Olympic motto?
The Olympic motto “Citius, Altius, Fortius” (“Faster, Higher, Stronger”) was coined by Father Henri Didon, who was a close friend of Baron Pierre de Coubertin.
What is the Olympic motto?
“Faster, Higher, Stronger…. Together.” The addition of the word “together” was at the suggestion of current International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach earlier this year. The International Pierre de Coubertin Committee raised no objection to the change.