Values for descriptive data represent mean (sd) unless stated otherwise. Statistics represent as calculated from bivariate correlations unless stated otherwise. Significant associations are presented in bold. ↑: greater WBA is associated with more postural instability, ↓: greater WBA is associated with less postural instability AP: anteroposterior, BBS: Berg Balance Scale, BFM: Brunnstrom Fugl-Meyer assessment, CB: clinical balance test, ChMcS: Chedoke-McMaster Stroke assessment scores, COP: center of pressure, DP: dynamic posturography, FA: falls in daily life, FAC: Functional Ambulation Categories, FIM: Functional Independence Measure, FR: Functional Reach test, IQR: interquartile range, MG: medial gastrocnemius, MI: Motricity Index, ML: mediolateral, N: number of stroke participants, NIHSS: National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale, NP: non-paretic, NS: no significant association with WBA, p: paretic, QS: quiet standing posturography, TA: tibialis anterior, TBT: Timed Balance Test, TUG: Timed Up and Go test, WBA: weight-bearing asymmetry. *Longitudinal study, but correlations between WBA and postural control were analyzed cross-sectionally. a% contribution of the paretic leg to total amount of generated corrective torque. bCalculated by cross-correlating COP amplitude time series, cpower spectral density functions, dtotal area covered by the COP trajectory.