Readings & Meanings:
At the olympics, teams of representatives from each country gather together.
I will value each good place.
To All Parents & Guardians:
We learned about this kanji in the post on 落.
This comes up under the 口 radical, but the box, which usually means "mouth," here just shows a rectangular object. Above it is a leg in motion, hitting it.
If your leg hits something, you'd stop, right? Each and every time, perhaps. (bit of a stretch)
You're a kanji ninja by now, right? You know what this 々 means. It means "repeat the preceding." To say おのおの, the Japanese write 各々.
The sound is not necessarily repeated exactly the same way. The sounds follow the normal rules of change. For example, toki-doki ("sometimes") is written 時々.