Relationship Between Functional Movement Screening Score and History of Injury
Thi article found that competitive runners were 4.7 times greater chance of suffering an acute lower extremity injury during a regular competitive season if they scored less than 17 on the FMS
There were statistical differences between the pre-season FMS scores of the injured and non-injured groups, the ankle injury, knee injury, and non-injured groups, and also between contact injury, non-contact injury, and non-injured groups.
(Shojaedin, S., Letafatkar, A., Hadadnezhad, M., & Dehkhoda, M. (2013). Relationship between functional movement screening score and history of injury and identifying the predictive value of the FMS for injury. International Journal of Injury Control and Safety Promotion, 355-360.)