Paul Rabil: The Mindset Of A Man Who Is Redefining His Sport
What creators can learn from professional athletes — our conversation with lacrosse star Paul Rabil
The Colin and Samir Show
Today on the Colin and Samir Show, we're talking to our friend Paul Rabil about what creators and professional athletes have in common. We also talk about his new documentary, Fate of a Sport, and how he changed the trajectory of the sport of lacrosse.
Quintessential Lacrosse Podcast: Paul Rabil discusses "Fate of a Sport"
Lacrosse All Stars Podcast Network
It's hard to put into words what the Rabil brothers have done for the advancement of the game, specifically at the professional level. With the ESPN+ debut of "Fate of a Sport" today, the lacrosse world rejoiced as the sport and the professional game took another leap forward. The new film which is littered with lacrosse personalities follows the Paul through his journey from MLL superstar, to fed up face of the MLL, to what we now see on tv every week (The PLL). Quint sits down with co-founder and lacrosse legend Paul Rabil to discuss the documentary. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lax-all-stars/message
Paul Rabil on founding Premier Lacrosse League, youth access and the history of the game
Paul Rabil joins the show today to discuss the history of lacrosse (5:30), importance of access for youth sports (24:30), and the growth opportunity with the Premier Lacrosse League (34:13). Greg also reacts and takes listener questions.Rate, review, subscribe and submit your questions on social @YouthInc
Paul Rabil, Mr Portnoy + Steph Curry's Legacy Game
Pardon My Take
Steph Curry's legacy game on Friday night. Big Cat was blacked out in California and took in game notes. Hank was at the game and we talk about upcoming Game 5 Monday. (00:02:32-00:21:48) LIV Golf and the Lightning are back in the SCF. (00:21:52-00:33:46) Who's back of the week including College Baseball talk and Joe Maddon got fired with a mohawk. (00:34:55-00:45:07) Paul Rabil joins us in studio to catch up on the PLL season, how we fix the waterdogs and new rules for Lacrosse. (00:46:51-01:25:34) Our lawyer and good friend Mr Portnoy joins us to catch up with some complaints and a final chapter on the burnt mail saga. (01:27:36-01:57:42) We finish with Dell/Sonia Curry swapsies explained and a recap of the weekend. (01:59:01-02:07:03)You can find every episode of this show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or YouTube. Prime Members can listen ad-free on Amazon Music. For more, visit barstool.link/PardonMyTake
Paul Rabil is one of the greatest lacrosse players of all-time. He recently retired and co-founded of the Premier Lacrosse League. He grew up in Gaithersburg and was recently inducted into the Washington, DC Sports Hall of Fame. Rabil talked to MyMCM about his career and continuing to grow the game through his professional league. Available now on MyMCMedia, Overcast, Apple Podcasts, RadioPublic, Spotify, Stitcher, Facebook, Pocketcasts, and Twitter. Subscribe now.
OTB Episode 212: Shawn Evans Gets Traded, The PLL 2nd Half Schedule, & Is Paul Rabil Un-Retiring?!
Outside The Box Podcast
KB & DJ are BACK and this may have been one of the busiest weeks in lacrosse in the history of our show. The guys kick things off with a recap of all the action from Week 14 in the NLL, Shawn Evans getting traded to Halifax, and Jessica Berman announcing that she will be leaving the NLL to become the Commissioner of the NWSL. Then the guys get into their Week 15 Picks of the Week, Tehoka getting Chaotic, Joe Walters retiring, where you'll see OTB during the 2nd half of the PLL schedule, and... are there more wheels or doors on earth? Follow Us! Twitter: @UndergroundPHI @OTBLaxPod Kyle: @KBizzl311 DJ: @SCs_nextgreat Instagram: @undergroundphi @otblaxpod @kicksbycarly Send your mailbag questions: firstname.lastname@example.org SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel: youtube.com/channel/UCXTLztI5KsYQLH0WptJaL-Q Website: undergroundsportsphiladelphia.com Twitch: twitch.tv/undergroundsportsPHI Merch & Apparel: NEW MERCH STORE COMING SOON! Manscaped Promo Code: "USP" for 20% off AND free shipping Biñho Board: binhoboard.com/?ref=Underground Trophy Smack: trophysmack.com/USP?afmc=fw Tomahawk Shades Promo Code: "USP" to save 25% off at checkout Statesidevodka.com Promo Code "USP for 10% off the 1-Liter bottle (must be 21+ to order & please drink responsibly) Intro Music: Arkells "American Screams" Outro Music: Arkells "American Screams" --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/otblaxpod/message
A pioneer and disruptor in sports, Paul Rabil is a professional lacrosse player, entrepreneur and co-founder of the Premier Lacrosse League. Founded in 2018, the Premier Lacrosse League (PLL) features over 200 of the world’s best players. The PLL’s games are played through a tour-based model and are televised through a partnership with NBC in addition to PLL’s major corporate partners including Ticketmaster, Adidas, Capital One, Gatorade and others. As a sports league, the entity functions similarly to a startup with Rabil spearheading a staff of likeminded individuals whose goals are to help change the world of sports. The PLL has since been ranked a Top 10 Most Innovative Company in Sports by Fast Company, and touts Rabil as the first player in sports to simultaneously be an executive of the same league. Paul was also recently named to Sports Business Journal's 40 Under 40 List in 2021. Rabil is a current midfielder for the Cannons Lacrosse Club, after spending the previous two seasons in the PLL with the Atlas Lacrosse Club. This season began in early June with successful weekends at Gillette Stadium in Massachusetts and Fifth Third Bank Stadium outside of Atlanta. The PLL will visit nine other cities this season including San Jose, Washington D.C., Albany, Minneapolis, and Philadelphia, among others. During the 2020 Summer, the PLL completed their second season – a condensed version of the PLL Championship Series, in Salt Lake City, Utah. The three-week tournament featured the league's seven teams competing in a fourteen-game group play format to determine seeding for the following week’s single-elimination tournament. The tournament marked the first sports entity to find a safe solution to resume play, given the effects of COVID-19. Games were broadcasted domestically & internationally in 12 countries through the PLL’s deal with NBC Sports, filling the programming holes left by the 2020 Olympics. Over the three-week tournament, the official PLL social accounts garnered 161 million impressions, 17.5 million views and 90 million minutes watched. Rabil has influenced the sport at every level, winning championships and MVP’s both collegiately and professionally, as well as becoming a two-time World Lacrosse Champion with Team USA. Off the field, Rabil has also found success as a business owner and investor, acquiring capital and operating Rabil Events and Rabil Ventures. In 2017, Rabil launched the award-winning “Suiting Up with Paul Rabil” Podcast, an interview-style show that hosts top athletes, entrepreneurs, and entertainers, such as Bill Belichick, Venus Williams, Gary Vaynerchuck and Adam Grant. That same year, SportTechie awarded Rabil as “Most Tech-Savvy Athlete on the Planet”, and in 2018 the Cynopsis Sports Media Award named Rabil “Best Athlete in a Web Series”. Rabil has also been named a “Top 40 Most Entrepreneurial Athlete” by Entrepreneur Magazine, alongside sports legends LeBron James and Tom Brady. Having grown up with an Auditory Processing Disorder and ADHD, Rabil started the Paul Rabil Foundation in 2011 to help children with learning differences by creating programs and partnerships through sport and scholarship. Rabil has also volunteered extensively with Harlem Lacrosse through the Premier Lacrosse League’s community arm, PLL Assists. Harlem Lacrosse actively recruits special education students and students identified by school administrators as most vulnerable to academic decline and school dropout. As a result, the program serves high poverty and special education students at rates that surpass those of their standard school sites. Rabil graduated from Johns Hopkins University in 2008, where he played collegiate lacrosse, and currently resides in Marina Del Rey, California.