Oehling Norberg arrived in Sweden in fine form, having won back-to-back World Cups in Arosa, Switzerland.
And despite it being Valentine's Day the Swede was in no mood to hand out any presents, ensuring he took win in front of his home fans as he beat Frenchman Jean Frederic Chapuis in the final.
The small final saw Michael Forslund also beat a Frenchman, this time Bastien Midol, to ensure there was plenty for the home fans to celebrate.
GB's Atkin, 18, continues fine form with World Cup silver
Oehling Norberg now sits atop the World Cup standings on 411 points, with Chapuis second on 287 and Midol third on 220.
And in the women's race, France’s Alizee Baron celebrated her first-ever ski cross World Cup win as she beat Austrian Katrin Ofner in the final.
But it wasn't all doom and gloom for the Austrians as they had two skiers on the podium after Andrea Limbacher beat Russian Yulia Livinskaya in the small final to take home bronze.
Despite finishing eighth in Are, Switzerland's Fanny Smith still leads the overall World Cup standings on 357 points, two ahead of Swede Anna Holmlund who was 13th in front of her home fans, while Baron currently sits third on 316.
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Atkin continues fine form with World Cup silver
Smith and Howden claim ski cross crystal globes