Sohrab Morabi takes the gold in the men's 94kg weight class, the country's second weightlifting gold in as many nights.
Morabi had a snatch of 182kg and a clean and jerk of 221kg, giving him a winning to 403kg.
Vadzim Straltsou earned the silver with a total of 395kg. Aurimas Didzbalis takes home the bronze, Lithuania's first weightlifting medal ever.
Kendrick Farris of the United States finished in 11th.
Sarat Sumpradit of Thailand and Aurimas Didzbalis of Lithuania both complete 177kg lifts in their third attempt at the snatch.
Sohrab Morabi of Iran takes over as the leader in group A with a snatch of 178kg.
Morabi takes a healthy lead of 5kg heading into the clean and jerk with a snatch of 182kg
Sumpradit posts a score for the others to chase with a clean and jerk of 213kg, raising his total 390kg.
Aurimas Didzbalis takes over first place with a total of 392kg after a clean and jerk of 215kg. He still have one lift in hand.
First belongs to Vadzim Straltsou of Belarus at the moment. He lifts 220kg in his first clean and jerk attempt, giving him a total of 395kg
Morabi leading the battle now with a clean and jerk of 221kg. That gives him a total of 403kg.
Morabi wins the gold. Straltsou has silver. Didzbalis earns bronze.
Kendrick Farris of the United States makes a successful lift of 160kg in his first attempt at the snatch.
That's where Farris will stay after failing to convert 165kg on his second and third attempts.
Volodymyr Hoza of Ukraine leads group B after the snatch with 170kg. Park Hanwoong of South Korea is in second with 165kg.
Volodymyr Hoza lifts 195kg in his first attept at the clean and jerk, upping his total to 365kg.
Kendrick Farris completes a 197kg lift in his first clean and jerk. His total is now 357kg
Hoza is sitting in first place with a total of 370kg after a clean and jerk of 200kg in his second attempt. Farris couldn't convert his second attempt at 201kg.
Hoza ups his total to 375kg with a clean and jerk of 205kg in his final attempt. He'll lead at the conclusion of group B.