Modin, along with the new director Emil Jönsson, The Hague, formerly an Olympic champion and base, won before Yuri Holub, Belarus, and the third Dmytro Suiarko from Ukraine.
Suainn also won the pace in the 2017 World Cup.
The 24-year-old started a warrior with a # 39; arriving at five kilometers in 10 kilometers, when the two were marked at 30.20.8 but after spending time on Modin's loss of vision, the final time was 26.42.3. Holub gave the gold at 25.26.3.
In the last two seasons, Zebastian Modin has won a full World Cup and just over a year ago he left a Paralympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, with money. He is the fifth paralympic base. This season, it has started so strong and is currently sharing World Cup management by Brian McKeever, Canada.