Sweden's Zebastian Modin won his second gold medal of the World Para Nordic Skiing World Cup in Östersund in front of a home crowd.
Modin built on his success in the competition yesterday to secure his second title today, winning the men's visually impaired long distance cross-country race with a time of 47min 05.9sec.
The Swede lives in Östersund and was expected to dominate the visually impaired events, with his main rival Brian McKeever of Canada staying at home to prepare for next month's World Para Nordic Skiing Championships in Prince George.
Norway's Eirik Bye finished second in the long distance race in 49:23.1 while Anthony Chalencon of France was third in 49:36.0.
Daniel Cnossen of the United States and Austria's Carina Edlinger also achieved their second golds of the competition.
Cnossen won the men's sitting long distance event in 49:36.3, with Germany's Martin Fleig finishing second in 50:10.6 and Vasyl Kravchuk coming third in 51:32.3.
Edlinger triumphed in the women's visually impaired long distance race, recording a time of 43:43.4 to do so.
In second was Germany's Clara Klug in 45:13.9 while Ukraine's Oksana Shyshkova was third in 45:28.3.
Kendall Gretsch of the US was the victor in the women's sitting long distance event, beating her opponents with a time of 43:37.0.
Norway's Birgit Skarstein was second in 44:40.8 and Germany's Andrea Eskau came third with 46:02.5.
In the women's standing long distance race, Oleksandra Kononova of Ukraine managed to break Norwegian Vilde Nilsen's dominance in the class, winning in a time of 42:29.5.
Nilsen had to be consigned to second place after recording a time of 42:56.4, with Ukraine's Liudmyla Liashenko finishing third in 43:06.7.
France's Benjamin Daviet won the men's race in 48:12.1, beating Norway's Hakon Olsrud in 49:37.3 and Germany's Alexander Ehler in 50:23.1.
There will no action tomorrow, with the biathlon events getting underway on Tuesday (January 15).