British adventurer Jason Lewis has just finished the ride of his life after spending 13 years pedalling his way around the world.
Jason set off on his massive 74,842km adventure from London in a special pedal-powered boat - called Moksha - way back in 1994.
Since then, he's cycled, swam, in-line skated, kayaked, walked or pedalled his boat across five continents, two oceans and a sea to become the first person to circle the globe by human power alone.
It wasn't all plain sailing though... Jason was chased by a crocodile, dodged a shark attack and, while inline-skating in America, even broke both of his legs in a road accident.
It took him nine months to recover, but as soon as he had, he was back on the road and sea. Here he is leaving San Francisco.
Jason had to keep stopping his record-breaking journey to get work so he could raise enough money for the next bit of his trip. That's why it took him so long to finish it.
It wasn't just about making it into the history books though. Jason's trip was also aimed at raising awareness about the environment by working with school children along the way.
He said he'd never thought he'd make it to the finish line in one piece at times and it felt fantastic to have made it. Now we reckon he's probably looking forward to putting his feet up and having a rest, what do you think?