Dede Barry

Deirdre " Dede " Demet - Barry ( born October 8, 1972 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin) is a former American racing driver.

1989 won Deirdre Demet - Barry three junior title: She became Junior World Champion in the road race and national junior champion in the road race and the time trial. She was at the Road World Championships World runner-up in the team time trial along with Eve Stephenson, Jeanne Golay and Janice Bolland 1993. Demet - Barry 1996 U.S. champion was in the road race, in 1995, she won the Women 's Challenge, 1997, the Tour de Toona and 1998, the Australian race Canberra Women's Classic, and the Tour de Snowy.

In 2004 we launched Deirdre Demet - Barry at the Olympic Games in Beijing; in the time trial, she won the silver medal and finished 16th in the road race. Then she finished her cycling career.

Deirdre Demet - Barry is married to Canadian cyclist Michael Barry.