A group of six adventurers have become the first people to row all the way to the North Pole.
It took them just under a month to row 500 miles across the freezing cold Arctic to the North Pole.
The team had to deal with around 10 polar bears - and ice flows that could have crushed their boat at any time.
The mission was only possible because of melting ice in the Arctic. The team are hoping their record will highlight the issue of climate change.