Olympic champion figure skater Nathan Chen will tell the story of his life and career in a new memoir, People magazine reports.

Harper will publish One Jump at a Time: My Story this fall. The book is co-written with Alice Park and features a foreword from Vera Wang, the fashion icon who designed costumes that Chen wore during his 2022 Olympic events.

Chen is one of the most recognizable American figure skaters. He’s won a host of championships, most notably earlier this year at the Beijing Olympics, where he took home a gold medal in the men’s singles event.

Chen shared news of his memoir on Instagram, writing, “Can’t believe this is really happening!! I’ve spent the last few months reflecting on everything—the joys, the pain, the life-changing moments, and the challenges—that have brought me to where I am, and I’m so excited to share those reflections in my upcoming book…This project has been so deeply personal to me and I am incredibly grateful to have the opportunity to tell my story in this way.”

Lisa Sharkey, a Harper senior vice president, praised Chen as “among the most humble warriors on ice.”

“We could not be more thrilled to publish One Jump at a Time so fans can learn the nuance and emotional narrative beyond the headlines,” Sharkey told People.

Chen is also writing a children’s picture book for Harper that will come out in 2023. One Jump at a Time is scheduled for publication on Nov. 22 of this year.

Michael Schaub, a journalist and regular contributor to NPR, lives near Austin, Texas.