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>> Reporter: thousands of runners are braving the less-than-ideal weather conditions to be a part of a celebration: 60 years of the calgary marathon. >> I'm from spokane, washington, and I'm here to run the 60 calgary marathon. >> This is the longest-running marathon in canada steeped in so much traditional and -- tradition and yet feels new and fresh because there's so many people here. >> It's a good challenge, especially for someone who's thought that a mayorathon distance is kind of a distant goal or dream. >> Running is good exercise. It gives us something to train for, and we also raise money for a cancer foundation, so it's good there. >> Running is prayer, running is connection, and running is spiritual. It's important that we establish that connection if you're the mother. >> Reporter: there really are 13,600 reasons, one for every participant. This is the first time that the marathon has sold out since 2014. >> Alicia: to the ice now, and the edmonton oilers are returning home after dropping the second game of the western conference finals 3-1. That series with the dallas stars tied up at one game apiece. >> We're happy with the split. Obviously, you'd rather take two but going into good teams building, it's going to be hard fought. I thought they had a push back last night that we expected. >> Gives us an opportunity to make the most of our home games. Yeah, two very tight games. It's going to be a tight series just like the last one. >> February, 1-1 coming into this building, we would have been happy. You win one, you always want to win another. We're going to go back to edmonton where it's part of our crowd, at home, and it's going to be tough no matter whatether it's at home or on the road. >> Alicia: limited tickets are still available through ticketmaster and other event retailers, and the usual watch parties will be happening around the ice district. The puck drops after 6:30.

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