Hottest male athlete
Readers’ pick: Miles McClearn
Andrea Bolognesi has gained fame on campus for his slew of firsts on the swimming team — and for how great he looks in a Speedo.
His symmetrical, square jawline makes you wonder if he has modeled for a Tom Ford advertisement and his always-on-point eyebrows could strike envy in even the most Instagram-famous hotties.
Cosmopolitan and well-travelled, Bolognesi spent three years at the University of Monaco before taking the trek across the Atlantic to GW.
Spending his formative years in the municipality of Cuveglio, this Italian stunner had humble small town beginnings – although it’s probably hard for Bolognesi to stay humble because he looks like a Greek sculpture brought to life. His deep, piercing eyes can tell stories, which you’ll likely want spoken in his native Italian.
Standing 5 feet 11 inches tall with the epitome of a swimmer’s body, Bolognesi specializes in the individual medley, butterfly and breaststroke. When he graduates this year, he will be the most decorated Colonial in men’s swimming and diving history.
On top of his good looks, Bolognesi is a high achiever in both athletics and academics. This month, he earned All-America status for the second time and was the first GW swimmer in history to achieve that last year. He was also the first swimmer from GW to compete in the NCAA Championships in more than a decade.
As an economics major, you can trust that Bolognesi has both brains and brawn.