|Born||13 August 1995|
Bad Mergentheim, Germany
|Height||182 cm (6 ft 0 in)|
|Weight||82 kg (181 lb)|
|Club||SSV Ulm 1846|
|Coached by||Christopher Hallmann|
Tim Nowak (born 13 August 1995 in Bad Mergentheim) is a German athlete competing in the combined events.He represented his country at the 2016 World Indoor Championships finishing seventh.
|2012||World Junior Championships||Barcelona, Spain||9th||Decathlon (junior)||7356 pts|
|2013||European Junior Championships||Rieti, Italy||3rd||Decathlon (junior)||7778 pts|
|2014||World Junior Championships||Eugene, United States||3rd||Decathlon (junior)||7980 pts|
|2015||European U23 Championships||Tallinn, Estonia||–||Decathlon||DNF|
|2016||World Indoor Championships||Portland, United States||7th||Heptathlon||5832 pts|
|European Championships||Amsterdam, Netherlands||19th||Decathlon||6646 pts|
|2017||European U23 Championships||Bydgoszcz, Poland||–||Decathlon||DNF|
|2019||World Championships||Doha, Qatar||10th||Decathlon||8122 pts|
|2022||World Championships||Eugene, United States||18th||Decathlon||7008 pts|
|European Championships||Munich, Germany||–||Decathlon||DNF|
|2023||European Indoor Championships||Istanbul, Turkey||7th||Heptathlon||5727 pts|
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