Some might say that he never goes under sixty on a windy day in Cornwall (one of the useful bonuses of being a PC in the west-country) and that his board once landed a triple loop although he wasn’t attached to it at the time. Some might say that he eats soup with a fork and has never seen the end of a movie. Some say that he operates 27 hours a day and can fall asleep in the middle of a back loop.We prefer to know him as Andy King one of the most talented and dedicated wave sailors in the country. Andy works for the Police force but still rarely misses a decent forecast. Now based in Cornwall, so he can live closer to the best waves and catch the biggest storms, Andy lets his sailing do the talking and occasionally competes on the BWA tour when his job allows. Put him out on the water when its blowing 35 knots cross shore with ramps and you’ll see some world class jumping display on par with the best in the world.