Debbi Wilkes (born December 16, 1946 in Toronto) was a Canadian figure skater. She competed in pairs with Guy Revell. The couple captured two Canadian titles and won the bronze medal at the 1964 Winter Olympics. After her competitive career ended, Wilkes went on to become a television skating analyst.
In 1966, Wilkes and Revell were advised that the second-place pair in Innsbruck had been disqualified after an International Olympic Committee investigation found the German skaters (Marika Kilius, Hans-Jurgen Baumler) had signed pro contracts before the Winter Games. IOC executive James Worrall presented them with the silver medals during the Canadian championships in Peterborough, Ont.
Debbi has continued her involvement in figure skating through broadcasting, as an author, coach and most recently as Skate Canada’s Director of Marketing and Sponsorship.