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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Well we know who won the New Year’s Day Junkanoo Parade but what did each group bring to Bay Street?

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Well we know who won the New Year’s Day Junkanoo Parade but what did each group bring to Bay Street? As our Joshua Williams tells us, there was an adventure through the West Indies, an introduction to the world of sports, a ride through nature and a dance party.

Just two hours after the new year rolled in, Junkanoo groups returned to Bay Street for the annual parade.

First out the gate representing the a category was the Music Makers, putting a twist on their theme, they took viewers into the world of sports.

Then came the Genesis Warhawks in colorful costumes. The group introduced us to the elements of nature.

And the One Family Warriors stormed back to Bay Street with a vengeance to the tune of the Bahamian jukebox – “We jammin.”

After placing third in the Boxing Day Parade, Roots would not be denied as they brought the dance party to the boulevard.

And as fate would have it the two Junkanoo giants would be the last to hit the streets.

First among them, the second place holders of the Boxing Day Parade Valley Boys and in the new year the organization came out celebrating 65 years of existence.

Spectators, who stuck around as the sun began to rise as the defending Boxing Day champions Saxons Superstars made their presence known on Bay West Indian style.

And while competition was stiff, there was teamwork, drive, and talent as the groups came together.

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