[Sponsored Post] Vote for SI’s best Gillette Sweat For Greatness story

The Gillette Odor Shield Sweat for Greatness contest celebrates ordinary men achieving extraordinary things. And the three finalists in this year’s contest have truly remarkable stories of greatness, as you’ll discover in the profiles that follow. Whose story is most extraordinary? Cast your vote online at si.com/greatness.

Steve Wampler, from Coronado, Calif., didn’t let his cerebral palsy get in the way of his pursuit of climbing Yosemite’s El Capitan. John Olson, from Aurora, Colo., isn’t your ordinary mountain climber, either. And Joe Beimfohr is an Iraqi War veteran from Annandale, Va., who lost his legs but not his spirit, which he has put into marathoning.

Voting is open through Nov. 14, and by participating, you could win a framed Sports Illustrated cover of your choice? Sounds like a deal.

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