Marie became lost??
I hear that anglicisms like these are used in French now:
Marie s'est perdue en faisant du jogging.
Marie s'est perdue pendant son jogging.
Faire du jogging is given as the only translation for jogging in my 2005 Merriam-Webster Fr-En, En-Fr paperback dictionary. So not even that new! But footing translates to jogging in the same dictionary. Good to know both!
I find "got" such an ugly word in very rarely needed. "Marie became lost", I feel, is a much nicer sounding phrase and is correct English but it is not accepted by Duo. Reported
Perhaps: Marie got lost while going on a jog - it's more literal, but I've no idea if it is accepted. In the UK it's common to talk about "a jog" as a specific instance of jogging.
Footing is an english word