Alpine racer Beat Feuz has had another setback in his return from injury and will delay his departure for World Cup races in North America.
The Swiss Ski federation says Feuz has stopped training because of swelling and fluid in his left knee. It was surgically repaired in March after he was edged out for the overall World Cup title by Marcel Hirscher of Austria.
The Swiss team says it's unclear when he will leave for training in the United States but it won't be Nov. 10 as planned.
The 25-year-old speed specialist is scheduled to race in downhill and super-G races at Lake Louise, Alberta, on Nov. 24-25, then Beaver Creek, Colorado, the following weekend.
Last year, Feuz collected World Cup points from two runner-up finishes and a third place in those races.