Stick To It with Paul Rabil, Helmet Cam at Cannons Practice

Comcast SportsNet airs the finale of “Stick To It with Paul Rabil” as a prelude to MLL Championship Weekend, with the third and final episode “Back to Basics” premieres Saturday August 20, 2011 at 9:30pm.

Go inside a Boston Cannons late night practice including incredible helmet-cam footage from a camera installed inside Paul Rabil’s Cascade Pro7, via a high definition camera by JonesCam. Also, Paul goes back to his roots at Johns Hopkins, he has some wise advice for budding high school players, be part of a rare trip to the very top of the steeple of Boston’s historic Old North Church, and Paul puts on the apron and heads into the kitchen to see if he can hold his own with one of Baltimore’s best Italian chefs.

Rabil is the best lacrosse player in the world, according to most experts. With championships at the college, pro, and international levels and countless individual accolades – Rabil has the game to back up that claim. With his trademark long hair, uniform #99, and world-class talent, Rabil is the modern face of the sport.

As the first-ever lacrosse player with national sponsors like Red Bull Energy Drink, Rabil transcends the sport and is helping bring mainstream companies into the sport of lacrosse.

In the new series “Stick To It with Paul Rabil” he continues to break new ground, as he brings his message of growing the sport – to television. Viewers will get up close and personal with Paul on and off the field, from his home to the locker room and everywhere in between, fans will get a chance to check out Paul Rabil’s lifestyle.

Produced in an edgy documentary style, “Back To Basics” (Ep 3 of “Stick To It”) will premiere on Comcast SportsNet New England August 20, 2011 at 9:30pm and re-air on August 30th at 8:30pm. Check local listings for other encore presentations in the week. Post broadcast look for it on Comcast Video On Demand.

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  1. edgar allen bro on August 19, 2011 at 4:16 am

    seibald was sponsored by nike before rabil was sponsored by redbull

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