Short answer: Michelle Kwan.
If it's about jumps being landed at high consistency I'd choose Lipnitskaia, Kwan, Kim, Stojko, Yagudin, Plushenko.
Also, unlike other skaters mentioned, Michelle Kwan will always deliver a great performance regardless of if she's landing her jumps (which, of course, she almost always did). Some mentioned skaters will miss jumping passes and their programs are left with not much, or they mess up on easier jumping passes later on.
If we're talking pairs, I don't know who I'd depend on. Maybe Shen/Zhao, for the same reason, that even with a minor error, their performance will always be stellar, whereas others require jumps landed. I'd be inclined to pick V/T only because they get high marks/placements regardless of how well or poorly they skate. But I think there have been more consistent pairs teams in the past.
Then Yuna, if she knew a life was at stake because when she needs to, she has the skate a her life.
But really, how many skaters have gone perfectly clean ever? If we apply the standard of no edge calls, no under-rotations, etc.
healthy plushenko, yagudin, yuna kim
suicide: chan, kostner, cohen, sandhu,
Kim Yuna for me
I'd totally go 100%, all the way, with G&G. Both of their '88 Olympic programs were super-solid, and I just always felt comfortable watching them because I knew they rarely, rarely ever made mistakes.
Dick Button? He was second at his first Worlds in 1947, then won every event he entered thereafter.
yuna kim, ill include yulia lipnitskaya if she can handle the growth spurt which she probably hasn't gone through yet..
Right now Yuna Kim maybe Lipnitskaya. I wouldn't pick any of the current men. You said individual soI guess not dance or pairs then.
After this Olympics? No question. Davis and White.