Zebastian Modin of Sweden won the visually impaired middle cross country event in front of a home crowd at the World Para Nordic Skiing World Cup in Östersund.
Modin, who resides in the Swedish municipality of Östersund, was victorious in the men's visually impaired middle distance cross country event with a time of 28min 05.9sec.
This gave Modin two wins in two in the middle distance discipline, with the Swede also triumphing in the season opener in Vuokatti last month.
Norway's Eirik Bye finished second in 30:04.2 and Ukraine's Dmytro Suiarko was in third with a time of 30:34.8.
A notable absence from the race was Canada's Paralmypic champion Brian McKeever.
The Canadian team opted to stay at home during the competition, instead choosing to prepare for next month's World Para Nordic Skiing Championships in Prince George.
Athletes from the United States had a successful day, with Oksana Masters and Daniel Cnossen winning the women and men's sitting middle distance cross country races.
Masters recorded a time of 13:14.1, beating compatriot Kendall Gretsch in 13:24.0 and Norway's Birgit Skarstein in 14:02.5.
Cnossen won with a time of 18:49.2, with fellow American Aaron Pike finishing second with 19:18.1 and Ukraine's Vasyl Kravchuk coming third in 19:43.6.
Both Masters and Cnossen secured two national titles each at the US Paralympic Nordic Nationals last week and continued their success in Östersund.
Norway's Vilde Nilsen has continued her dominance in the women's standing cross country events, having won all three races in Vuokatti.
Today, she was the victor in the middle-distance event, winning in 21:52.9.
Completing the podium was two Ukrainians, Yuliia Batenkova-Bauman and Oleksandra Kononova, who finished in 23:00.9 and 23:12.4 respectively.
Grygorii Vovchynskyi of Ukraine won the men's standing middle cross-country race in 28:47.9, with Poland's Witold Skupien second with 29:30.1 and Norway's Hakon Olsrud third in 30:15.2.
Austria's Carina Edlinger got gold in the women's visually impaired middle cross-country event, winning in 23:03.3.
Ukraine's Oksana Shyshkova finished second with a time of 25:57.4.
The competition is set continue tomorrow with the visually impaired, sitting and standing long distance cross country events.