BHGSBritish Historical Games Society (UK)
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The players completed five directional runs BHGS were performed double-handed with a closed stance.
The direction of the front stepping foot in BHGS may influence the risk of inversion ankle sprain.
For the Level group, however, the maximum angular velocity occurred in the latter phase of FSFCP after impact, which, together with the lower extremity movements of plantar flexion and supination, put Level group players at a potentially higher risk of inversion ankle sprain during BHGS.