The chilly trip took Andrew Cooney three weeks and he had to try and keep warm in temperatures as low as minus 52 degrees Celsius!
Speaking via satellite phone from the bottom of the world on Friday morning, Andrew said he felt "absolutely fantastic".
The scout leader beat 27-year-old Tom Avery's record which he set only five days ago.
More to come
And the record-breaking's not over yet.
A father and son are hot on Andrew's heels and hope to be the first son and dad to do the trek.
But there was failure for a team of Irishmen who were hoping to kite-fly their way to the Pole. They had to give up because of no wind!