Young described himself as having moved "beyond records."
So what's next for the Marathon Man? One idea is to run all the way from the top of Alaska to the bottom of South America.
The second was conceived during a conversation with Sir Ranulph Fiennes.
The distinguished English explorer mentioned a specific crossing of the North Pole, which he described as "impossible."
Eyes lit up, Young told Fiennes: "Just give me the bloody gear and Iâ€™ll do it."
"Hopefully one day Iâ€™ll see the big [world] record or the big endurance thing to do. I want something which will make me go 'wow,'" Young said.
"I don't see things as impossible to do. I see things as possible to do and I just need the financial backing and the resources to go and do it. For me, itâ€™s testing the limits of human endurance, whatever it may be, whether itâ€™s running or not.â€
Hmm, I guess his TransCon attempt qualifies as the "not" in that quote. Riding in an RV at 8 mph across the country certainly does test the limits of human endurance. So if you look at it that way, Rob wasn't lying. What an inspiration!