Achilles tendon rupture is usually from which sports or which motions of the legs?

All sports. Any thing that causes sudden forced plantarflexion (foot going downward) or forced dorsiflexion (foot going upwards) could cause achilles tendon rupture. However, if you want to test if you have a rupture or not, try to stand on you tip toes and/or feel the path of you tendon to see if there are any gaps. If so then you have a ruptured tendon.
See below . Rupture can happen in any sport.It usually occurs from direct trauma or a motion where the toes and foot are pushed upward towards the leg.

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