Sjoukje Dijkstra of Netherlands.
Peggy Fleming was the women's US skating champion in 1964.
The ladies singles gold medalist at the 1964 Games in Innsbruck was Sjoukje Dijkstra of Netherlands.
The men's singles gold medalist at the 1964 Games in Innsbruck was Manfred Schnelldorfer of Germany.
In 1964, US figure skating was still rebuilding after the 1961 plane crash that killed the entire US team as it was on its way to the World Championships in Prague. Worlds were immediately cancelled at word of the accident, the skating world grieved and the US figure skating community was devastated. Peggy Fleming was the first of a new generation of US figure skating stars to emerge after the tragedy. She won the first of 5 consecutive US titles in 1964. The other winners were: Men's -- Scott Allen Pairs -- Judy and Jerry Fotheringill (siblings) Ice Dancing -- Darlene Streich and Charles Fetter
Sjoukje Dijkstra of the Netherlands won the World Championships and the gold medal at the Winter Olympics in 1964.
No Dick London appears to have ever been recorded as winning any medal in any Olympics figure skating event. There is, however, a Dick Button who won a gold medal in both the 1948 and 1952 Olympics for the men's singles figure skating.