Gary O'Keefe set the record in Siberia in February.
A Laois man who broke a Guinness World Record for the longest journey over ice in seven days, has received his certificate.
Gary O'Keefe drove a motorbike across a frozen Siberian lake to record the milestone earlier this year.
He credits co-pilot John Quinn with keeping track of all the data for the adjudicators.
Mr. O'Keefe explains why the validation process has taken so long:
The expedition is documented in a new four part series, which he hopes will hit TV screens in early 2021.
But the midlands record-breaker's thirst for adventure hasn't been satisfied yet - with plans to travel from Abbeyleix to Alaska next: