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This study aimed to explore the effect of fatigue on the biomechanical contribution of the lower extremity joints during a typical stretch-shortening cycle (SSC) task. 15 male athletes completed drop jump (DJ) under pre- and post-fatigue. Vicon motion capture system and 3D Kistler force plates were used to collect kinematics and ground reaction force data simultaneously. Under fatigue condition, 1) the DJ height decreased; the touchdown angle of knee and ankle reduced and the range of motionpmid:31741477 fatcat:eycwkeuwufcqbmual5skovzgie