- •Total support moment was investigated following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction.
- •Total support moment was examined at peak vertical ground reaction force during the stop jump task.
- •Total support moment did not differ between limbs.
- •There was a decreased knee contribution to the total support moment in the reconstructed limb.
- •During the single-leg stop jump, the knee contribution partially shifted to the ankle joint.
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