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Foster is also an ambassador for the UK charity Sports Aid, which supported him in the early days of his career, helping talented young sports people to achieve their ambitions.In 2000 he made a guest appearance on the first series of Techno Games.He competed primarily in butterfly and freestyle at 50 metres.Foster is a specialist short-course (25 metre pool) swimmer.On 4 April 2008, Foster appeared on the ITV show Beat the Star in which he won 18-3, appearing as the 'star'.On , he appeared as a guest home owner on the BBC Two show Through the Keyhole.He finished the 50 metres freestyle with a time of 23.16 seconds.
On 27 July 2012, Foster appeared on a Paralympic special of the Channel 4 game show The Million Pound Drop with Countdown presenter Rachel Riley.At the British Olympic Trials, he won the 50 free in 22.49 seconds, well under the Olympic qualifying standard but seven hundredths of a second below the standard National Team Director Bill Sweetenham had set for inclusion in the British Olympic Team.Foster has openly criticised Sweetenham's management style and Sweetenham ensured that he was not selected.Foster often appears as an analyst for BBC Sport's coverage of Swim meets.
Foster competed in the sixth series of Strictly Come Dancing with professional dancer Hayley Holt.
In terms of medals and longevity (1986–2008), he is amongst the most successful British swimmers of all time.