It's a bit hard to make out from ground level, but those are giant Olympic rings beneath a giant maple leaf. They were not meant to be placed on a soccer field. They were meant to float in the Fraser River, adjacent to the speed-skating oval.
But unfortunately, the early snowmelt throughout the south province has caused to the river to flow much faster than is usual for this time of year, and much of the silty river bottom has been washed away, making anchoring this creation impossible. Disappointing, considering the work that went into it.
The artwork was intended to highlight Richmond's most famous agricultural product: