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In the interview with Donald Mc Rae, Foster says that he has “swerved and swerved” the topic in interviews and has previously been in two long-term relationships. Telling half-truths and not being my true self is only hurting me,” he said.
“I’m 47, a middle-aged man, and I’m no longer competing. Gareth Thomas and Tom Daley led the way.” Foster, who reveals in the interview that he had considered coming out publicly many times before, has had to endure tabloid rumours about his private life on a number of occasions, particularly when he appeared on BBC reality show There were also rumours that he was in a possible relationship with former swimmer and fellow BBC analyst Rebecca Adlington.
The 47-year-old six-time world champion, who carried the Great Britain flag at the opening ceremony of the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, confirmed he was gay in a wide-ranging interview with the Guardian, which was published on Monday afternoon.
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Swimmer Mark Foster felt he had not been true to himself as he 'tiptoed around' issues over his sexuality for so long before coming out as gay.
But I've always done it under the radar.'At the Sochi Olympics (in 2014) I did a piece for Huffington Post.
I was shocked by the treatment of gay people in Russia and needed to say something - without revealing anything about myself. It's always been half-truths in public.'Foster recalled a conversation with an Australian swimmer friend who told him his Olympic disappointments were because he had been 'afraid of the spotlight' and 'never wanted to show the real you'.
Since retiring, Foster - who claimed 11 European Championship gold medals, was twice Commonwealth Games champion, set eight sprint world records and also competed across five Olympics - has gone on to work as a coach and media pundit, as well as appearing on the BBC's Strictly Come Dancing programme.